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Guidance on collective switching

The Department of Energy and Climate Change has published guidance for scheme organisers, including charities, on what to think about before setting up a collective switching scheme.

CES PQASSO Quality Mark

The Charity Commission, the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, has endorsed the latest version of Charities Evaluation Services' PQASSO Quality Mark.

Guide to organising community events

The Cabinet Office has published an interactive guide to organising community events with the aim of increasing the number of in community events over the coming year.

Community Data Toolkit

The Office for Disability Issue has produced a Community Data Toolkit, which aims to provide everything disability groups and other grassroots organisations need to know about how to analyse and interpret data in one place.

Investing charity permanent endowments

The Charity Commission has published new regulations and guidance for trustees on adopting a total return approach to the investment of their charity's permanent endowment.

Funding the East Midlands – A guide to finding funding, investment and support

Produced by the East Midlands Funding Forum, Funding the East Midlands has been developed to help signpost groups and organisations to finding the right funding, investment or support for their community and social projects.

One East Midlands publishes 2012/13 annual report

Following its launch at One East Midlands AGM, part of our Shifting Sands annual conference on Thursday 21 November, our 2012/13 annual report is now available online.

Planning for and dealing with major incidents

Zurich Insurance Group and the Guardian Voluntary Network have published a guide for charities on planning for and dealing with major incidents.


Crowdfunding initiatives launched

Two separate crowdfunding initiatives, Yimba and the Community First CrowdMatch Challenge, aiming to unlock grassroots giving, have been launched.

New audio podcasts for trustees

The Charity Commission, the regulator of charities in England and Wales, has launched a new series of audio podcasts, designed to help charity trustees understand their duties under charity law.


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