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Voting and registering to vote: an easy read guide

The Royal Mencap Society has developed an easy-to-read guide about voting and registering to vote.

Charity apps are supporting people and helping to find new volunteers

From helping blind people via video link to alerting first aiders, innovation is making it easier than ever to volunteer.

Budget 2015 headlines for voluntary sector

Issues from Budget 2015 of particular relevance to charities.

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Department of Health consultation: Strengthening rights and choices for people to live in the community

The Department of Health Seeks views to strengthen rights of people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health issues to enable them to live independently.

UK social economy: Francis Maude speech

The Minister for Cabinet Office spoke at Chivas Strathisla distillery on the UK as a global hub for social enterprise and social investment.

Fundraising events survey

Coffee mornings are the most popular ways for supporters to raise money for charity, according to new research commissioned by sector software provider Blackbaud.

Online IT volunteer matching service

A free matching service to connect charities with international IT volunteers online has been set up by a group of technology professionals.

Best Practice Guide to Integrated Communications Governance

Charities that suffer from poor communications can improve by integrating their work better between departments, according to a new guide from CharityComms and the Good Agency.

Charity audit threshold to double to £1million

The government has announced that it will go ahead with plans to double the audit threshold for most charities from £500,000 to £1million, making up to 4,000 charities exempt from audit requirements.

Self-Assessment Fraud Resilience Tool

The Charity Commission is encouraging larger charities to make use of a free tool aimed at helping them assess their resilience against fraud.

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