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Give A Day scheme

Cybercrime experts are offering to volunteer at charities for a day to give them a better understanding of data protection and information security and ways to combat cybercrime as part of the Give A Day scheme.

Charity Commission website

The Charity Commission website will move to GOV.UK at the end of September.

Social value Hub

A new online portal, the Social Value Hub, aims to bring all resources relating to social value in the UK together in one place, making it simpler for those interested in delivering and commissioning for social value.

Guidance for non-party campaigners

The Electoral Commission has produced guidance for individuals and organisations, including the VCS, which campaign in the run up to elections but do not stand as political parties or candidates.

Social Investment Explained

Charities may be able to access more flexible finance and attract more support through social investment than traditional grant funding, according to a guide published by Social Enterprise UK and the Big Lottery Fund.

Online donations service for small and medium charities

The Charities Aid Foundation has launched a new service to help small and medium-sized charities process donations by card and direct debit.

Two new impact measurement tools

Two new impact measurement tools, Measuring Up! and the Inspiring Impact Hub, have been launched by the Charities Evaluation Service at an event attended by Minister for Civil Society, Nick Hurd.

New audio podcasts for trustees

The Charity Commission, the regulator of charities in England and Wales, has published two new audio podcasts, designed to help trustees understand their duties under charity law.

New guidance on setting up and registering a charity

The Charity Commission has published revised guidance on setting up and registering a charity.

Understanding the third sector

Local government think tank LGiU has published the first of two summaries of the Third Sector Resource Centre’s report Understanding the third sector: the work of the Third Sector Research Centre 2008–2013.

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