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The Coalition government has stepped up its process of decentralisation and devolution of power to local authorities and their communities. Local authorities will have the liberty to make decisions about allocation of resources free from central government guidelines. An increasing role for the VCS to deliver public services is expected. VCS organisations are expected to have a key role to play in identifying needs as well as delivering services. This page deals with policies that have an impact on funding, commissioning and procurement for the VCS.

Charity corporate partnerships

Partnerships between companies and charities are becoming longer and worth more money to charities, according to the Corporate NGO Partnerships Barometer, a new report from the consultancy C&E Advisory..

Fundraiser engagement with older people

Charities could be missing out on donations by not engaging with older people through online and mobile channels, according to new research.

Proposed EU data protection rules

Proposed EU data protection rules could destroy mailing lists relied on by charity fundraisers, and would present “the biggest challenge in fundraising for a generation”, according to a report published by marketing agency Medialab.

Average income of charities rose by four percent

The average annual income of registered charities in England and Wales rose by four per cent over the past year to £391,000 according to data from the Charity Commission.

Income from wills increases

Charity income from gifts in wills has grown by almost 10 percent over the past year, the highest rate since 2008, according to data from Legacy Foresight.

Cipfa to provide secretariat to Sorp committee

The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy will now provide the secretariat to the committee, which advises on the Statement of Recommended Practice governing charity accountancy.

New Direct Marketing Association code of practice

The Direct Marketing Association’s new code of practice, which comes into force on 18 August, will encourage charities to avoid calling people at anti-social times and urge them to take responsibility above and beyond compliance with the law.

Society lotteries raise £163million for good causes

Money raised for good causes through society lotteries grew seven percent to a record £163million between October 2012 and September 2013, according to mid-year figures released by the Gambling Commission.

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.

New charity accounting framework published

Two new Statements of Recommended Practice (SORP) have been published by the joint SORP making body, the Charity Commission and the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator.

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