The Charity Commission has published new guidance on when trustees should alert it to serious problems
The Institute of Fundraising's programme for public fundraisers is available to charities with in-house fundraising teams and external agencies
The watchdog says its databases have not been broken into by scammers, after reports came in that a number of charities received invoices purporting to come from the regulator
Alison Elliot, the panel's chair, says the lack of complaints seems to show that people are more content with fundraising practices in Scotland than those south of the border
The internet giant says the adverts, featuring beneficiaries of Flying Scholarships for Disabled People, appeared to be targeted based on 'sensitive personal attributes'
Plus: Avon announces CoppaFeel! alliance; Hope for Justice to profit from novel; and Veolia offers recycling service to CRUK
The social media giant told Flying Scholarships for Disabled People that its advertising breached its diversity guidelines
But The Perfect Fundraising Partnership, published by the Institute of Fundraising, says many charities worry about where to find 'senior volunteers'
This year marks the 30th anniversary of payroll giving, but during that time it has struggled to fulfil its potential, finds Rebecca Cooney
Charities minister Tracey Crouch says she will help them understand the act in the wake of the government's decision not to follow the reform recommendations of Lord Hodgson