Entries tagged: Charity Costs

Charity fundraising

Charity begins at home runs the saying. And that may in part be true; if you see home in the terms of staying true to the culture and ethos of the organisation. However, unless you…


Charity Begins At Home

The charity sector hasn’t been having an easy time of it of late. Already battered and bruised from the funding constraints occasioned by the recession, the way in which some fundraising campaigns are run has…


Giving Something Back

As the Commonwealth Games winds towards a close it is time to salute some of the unsung heroes of the games, the volunteers. Giving up their time for no reward, these selfless people have guided,…


Getting Social

The Government has published its ‘Social Investment Roadmap’ which sets out plans to “extend support in the tax system for the ways that people can invest in social enterprise”.  Having already announced that social…


Maximising Charitable Donations

A report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has cast a spotlight on gift aid and reliefs on donations.  Gift aid currently accounts for some £1billion in extra revenue for charities, equivalent to some 2%…


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