Rebecca Cooney

Fundraising Week: Charities have been treated leniently, says Information Commissioner's Office

Fundraising Week: Charities have been treated leniently, says Information Commissioner's Office

Richard Marbrow, group manager for compliance at the ICO, tells a Fundraising Week event that investigating charities had been 'uncomfortable', but a zero had been taken off every fine

Fundraising Week: Regulation, lack of trust and rising costs 'will kill off some traditional fundraising'

Fundraising Week: Regulation, lack of trust and rising costs 'will kill off some traditional fundraising'

Marcus Missen, director of communications and fundraising at WaterAid, tells conference that his charity is becoming less concerned with making the ask and more with creating interest

Fundraising Week: Basic compliance 'not enough to attract major donors', says academic

Fundraising Week: Basic compliance 'not enough to attract major donors', says academic

Beth Breeze, director of the Centre for Philanthropy, tells a Fundraising Week event that charities confuse 'hygiene' factors such as filing accounts on time with qualities that motivate donors

Fundraising Week: Charities 'too demanding' on skills when recruiting, says Charities HR Network chair

Fundraising Week: Charities 'too demanding' on skills when recruiting, says Charities HR Network chair

Speaking at a Fundraising Week panel session, Peter Reeve says the sector needs to adapt its recruitment practices

Fundraising Week: There are too many 'homogenised' fundraising campaigns, says Prince's Trust director

Fundraising Week: There are too many 'homogenised' fundraising campaigns, says Prince's Trust director

Ruth Ruderham, director of development at the trust, tells Fundraising Week event that outsourcing campaigns to external agencies has been negligent

Drug and alcohol charity Lifeline Project collapses

Drug and alcohol charity Lifeline Project collapses

Almost 1,500 staff face uncertain futures as the Manchester-based charity closes its doors

International director of Cage charged under Terrorism Act

International director of Cage charged under Terrorism Act

The advocacy group's Muhammad Rabbani, 36, refused to disclose passwords for his electronic devices when detained at Heathrow last year; he will appear in court on 20 June

Institute of Fundraising wants more clarity on donor profiling

Institute of Fundraising wants more clarity on donor profiling

In response to a consultation by the Information Commissioner on the General Data Protection Regulation, the IoF says automated decision processing is rare in charities

Brexit is affecting the value of legacies, says Legacy Foresight

Brexit is affecting the value of legacies, says Legacy Foresight

In its quarterly bulletin, the legacy consortium says growth in legacy income has slowed since summer last year

Founder says Help for Heroes was criticised because it seemed 'too good to be true'

Founder says Help for Heroes was criticised because it seemed 'too good to be true'

Bryn Parry, who founded the charity with his wife and stepped down last year as chief executive, says it is run professionally and ethically