Andy Ricketts

National Lottery good-cause money down £160m in past three quarters

National Lottery good-cause money down £160m in past three quarters

£1.2bn was raised for good causes in the past three quarters, compared with £1.36bn at the same stage in the previous year

Time to take part in this year's Charity Pulse survey

Time to take part in this year's Charity Pulse survey

This will be the eleventh edition of the annual study of working life in the charity sector

Two options recommended for fundraising regulation in Northern Ireland

Two options recommended for fundraising regulation in Northern Ireland

The working group set up by the Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action says either the Fundraising Regulator should be responsible, or a new standalone regulator should be set up

Scottish charities are in 'survival mode', says SCVO

Scottish charities are in 'survival mode', says SCVO

The umbrella body's forecast for 2017 says there is a squeezed middle of medium-sized charities that fear the twin pressures of financial uncertainty and rising demand

Polly Neate appointed chief executive of Shelter

Polly Neate appointed chief executive of Shelter

Currently in the same role at the domestic violence charity Women's Aid, she will join the homelessness charity in August

Inflation, falling funding and Brexit are key issues for the next year, says NCVO report

Inflation, falling funding and Brexit are key issues for the next year, says NCVO report

The Road Ahead warns that 2017 will be tougher than last year, especially with people having lower take-home pay and inflation rising

Charities feature on list of employers that failed to pay minimum wage

Charities feature on list of employers that failed to pay minimum wage

The biggest voluntary sector offender underpaid 69 workers, the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy says

Give more cash to regulator, Directory of Social Change chief urges government

Give more cash to regulator, Directory of Social Change chief urges government

Debra Allcock Tyler has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, saying that charging charities to fund the Charity Commission is wrong in principle

Advertising watchdog rejects complaints about advert featuring Santa with dementia

Advertising watchdog rejects complaints about advert featuring Santa with dementia

The Advertising Standards Authority finds the Alzheimer's Research UK advert handled the subject matter sensitively and was broadcast when younger children would not be watching

Marie Curie suspends all YouTube advertising after terror funding claim

Marie Curie suspends all YouTube advertising after terror funding claim

The charity said it had put on hold a 'significant proportion' of digital advertising activity after claims were made in The Times newspaper last week