The Department for Culture, Media and Sport recently launched a call for evidence to explore the current balance across Society Lotteries, The National Lottery and competing Gambling products in raising funds for good causes and maintaining player protection.
Business in the Community, which manages the ProHelp programme in the East Midlands, is carrying out a survey as part of its review of how it can best deliver ProHelp beyond June 2015, when current funding contracts come to an end.
The Big Lottery Fund is looking for feedback from the charity sector on a proposed new fund that would match £260million of lottery funding with £300million of European Social Fund money to help communities in need.
In the run up to the second anniversary of the introduction of Police and Crime Commissioners, CLINKS would like your help to understand more about how they are working to address local community safety needs and how they are engaging with the voluntary sector.
The Labour party has started a consultation with the VCS, which seeks views on whether the current definition of a charity is fit for purpose and what can be done to support and protect frontline charity workers facing worsened conditions.
NCVO, the Institute of Fundraising and the Charity Finance Group have launched a review of the effectiveness of the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme, including a survey of voluntary organisations, open until Friday 27 June.