Andy Hillier

Don't become a trustee until the Kids Company case is resolved, says Batmanghelidjh

Don't become a trustee until the Kids Company case is resolved, says Batmanghelidjh

In a wide-ranging interview with Third Sector, the founder of the now defunct charity says the case being brought against her and the former trustees could set a dangerous precedent

Andy Hillier: Let's hope that fortune favours brave Scope

Andy Hillier: Let's hope that fortune favours brave Scope

Third Sector's editor discusses the disability charity's radical new strategy, our exclusive article by Rob Wilson, the former Minister for Civil Society, and other highlights from the latest issue of the magazine

'There was no bigger risk than just staying as we were'

'There was no bigger risk than just staying as we were'

Scope's chief executive, Mark Atkinson, tells Andy Hillier why the charity's new five-year strategy will see it transfer many of its services, and more than half of its existing staff, to another, yet-to-be-named provider

Paul Hamlyn Foundation publishes review of its grant-making activities

Paul Hamlyn Foundation publishes review of its grant-making activities

The charity gave out 216 grants totalling £18.1m in the 2016/17 financial year

Corporate partnerships: Beyond Business still a key Investec initiative

Corporate partnerships: Beyond Business still a key Investec initiative

Investec has awarded almost £1.5m to the programme since 2008, helping to establish 67 social enterprises

Fundraising Regulator will name charities that have not paid its levy

Fundraising Regulator will name charities that have not paid its levy

Of the 1,768 charities that have been asked to pay the voluntary levy to fund the regulator's costs, 200 have either refused or ignored requests for payment

US-based company to buy JustGiving

US-based company to buy JustGiving

The charity software provider says this will enhance its fundraising capabilities

Regulator begins talks about coordinated responses to domestic disasters

Regulator begins talks about coordinated responses to domestic disasters

The Charity Commission says it hopes to bring together sector leaders 'as a matter of urgency'

Jeremy Cooper leaves chief executive position at the RSPCA

Jeremy Cooper leaves chief executive position at the RSPCA

Having filled the post for just over a year, he has left with immediate effect

Neil Cleeveley to retire from Navca at the end of August

Neil Cleeveley to retire from Navca at the end of August

After 14 years at the charity, the past three as chief executive, he will be replaced by Jane Ide, Navca's head of member engagement