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Average income of charities rises by 2.2 percent

The incomes of charities in England and Wales rose by an average of 2.2 percent last year, a report from the data provider Charity Financials shows.

Getting past the complexities of scaling social impact

Smaller charities can lack ambition and should consider scaling up in order to extend their work to more beneficiaries, according to a new paper from the charity think tank NPC.

2014 Autumn Statement

VAT refunds for hospices and changes to the investment limits for social investment tax relief were among the announcements made in the 2014 Autumn Statement on Wednesday 3 December.

Community First Endowment Match Challenge

Minister for Civil Society Rob Wilson has announced that the Community First Endowment Match Challenge, a charity funding scheme that is improving the lives of thousands of people across the UK has exceeded £110 million.

Infrastructure finders updated

One East Midlands has updated its searchable directories of VCS infrastructure organisations in the East Midlands and East.

Alex Archibald joins One East Midlands

One East Midlands is delighted to welcome Alex Archibald to our team as our new ERDF Project Officer.

Charity Awards 2015 open for applications

The Charity Awards 2015 have opened for nominations and charities are encouraged to submit applications for their most effective and impactful projects.


Treating Donors Fairly

Fundraisers should not accept donations from people who appear unable to make an informed decision, and should return donations if they find evidence that a person lacked capacity when making them, according to new guidance from the Institute of Fundraising.

Charity Property Matters Survey 2014

The Ethical Property Foundation has published the 2014 Charity Property Matters Survey, in partnership with the Charity Commission, which covers property issues facing the voluntary sector.

Legacy gifts

More solicitors and will-writers are telling their clients about leaving a legacy than at any time in the last decade, research commissioned by Remember A Charity shows.


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