BeatBullying went into liquidation owing nearly £1m, meeting of creditors hears

BeatBullying went into liquidation owing nearly £1m, meeting of creditors hears

Unconfirmed figures compiled for the meeting, held today, amount to £989,000, but the final total could be higher

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Flooding - a bigger risk than ever

Flooding - a bigger risk than ever

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As winter approaches, Wendy Cotton of charity insurance specialist Markel explains how you can protect your charity against damage by flooding

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How to reduce theft at your charity

Maximising security on your premises, using deterrents such as SmartWater and ensuring computer systems are secure can all prevent a theft occuring, says Wendy Cotton, a charity insurance expert at Markel

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Managing the risks that come with renting a property can make the difference between a charity thriving or failing

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Ross Barry, director of LMB & Co and president of the Textile Recycling Association, describes a simple way for charities to raise more money

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Celia Richardson rounds up the biggest social enterprise news, including social trading initiatives

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Kate Rogers: A starter kit for beginners in the investment world

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The rural parish of Kelsey in Lincolnshire has found someone to fill this important role despite cost-saving measures by the church, writes our columnist

Kevin Curley on samosas, googlies and learning to be British

Kevin Curley on samosas, googlies and learning to be British

A Derby charity is helping people in deprived communities to develop the skills needed for work; but it is struggling to find the long-term funding it needs to continue, writes our columnist

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