Susannah Birkwood

Reporter

Breast Cancer Now gets legacy message across

Breast Cancer Now gets legacy message across

Telephone interviews with supporters of the merged charity led to increased interest in legacy donations

Sparks will become part of Great Ormond Street charity from February

Sparks will become part of Great Ormond Street charity from February

The medical research charity will be a subsidiary of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity, but will retain its brand identity and its charity number

NSPCC starts search for new director of fundraising and engagement

NSPCC starts search for new director of fundraising and engagement

The children's charity has had an interim in place since Paul Farthing left nine months ago

Home Fundraising lost almost £200k in year to March last year

Home Fundraising lost almost £200k in year to March last year

According to its accounts, the country's largest door-to-door agency by turnover lost £197,315, which adds to a loss of £147,052 the previous year

Telephone agency Listen goes from £1m profit to £200k loss in a year

Telephone agency Listen goes from £1m profit to £200k loss in a year

The company, which was the subject of a newspaper investigation, says in its latest accounts that there has been a 'permanent reduction in the size of the telephone fundraising market'

October Club seeks its next charity partner

October Club seeks its next charity partner

The City of London fundraising organisation hopes to raise more than £0.5m for a cause within a year

A fifth of new CRUK supporters have opted to receive direct mail

A fifth of new CRUK supporters have opted to receive direct mail

Since April last year, the cancer charity has been asking new supporters if they want to opt in to receiving direct mail and telephone communications

Fundraising Regulator in interim agreement with Northern Ireland

Fundraising Regulator in interim agreement with Northern Ireland

It will field complaints about charities there while the working group on Northern Irish regulation carries out more detailed consultation

Richard Newton first board member for Wales at the Fundraising Regulator

Richard Newton first board member for Wales at the Fundraising Regulator

The fundraising consultant fills one of the spaces vacated by the resignations of chair George Kidd and John Stoker

RSPCA and British Heart Foundation will not appeal data fines

RSPCA and British Heart Foundation will not appeal data fines

Both charities have paid smaller fines for swift payment, having been found by the Information Commissioner's Office to have broken the Data Protection Act