Third Sector, 15 May 2012
The Third Sector, 15 May 2012 issue includes:
Britian's next big charity Will the waterways prosper outside the state?
A challenge to the Ministry of Justice Victim Support is opposing Whitehall plans to change the way it works
Here's your ticket Batsman Alistair Cook backs giving 500 county seats to Help the Hospices
Sending staff to lawless regions The murder of a Red Cross worker underlines a dilemna, says Peter Stanford
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- Head of Policy & Communications PFRA (Public Fundraising Regulatory Association Ltd) c£50,000, SE1 0NZ
- Senior Consultant GatenbySanderson Competitive , London
- Chief Executive Officer The Matthew Project £41,282 - £47,420 pa, NR2 1DX
- Head of Learning and Events Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF) 41,000, Central London
- Trustees Alcohol Research UK Voluntary but reasonable expenses can be claimed., National charity with head office in London
- UK climbs to sixth in league table of most charitable countries
- New Philanthropy Capital says charities' costs are an unreliable indicator of efficiency
- We could scrap the Charity Commission, says Labour's Margaret Hodge
- Charity Commission is failing in its key roles, says National Audit Office
- BLF sets up £150m community enterprise fund
- HMRC did not act on £1m of Gift Aid claimed wrongly 'in order to avoid embarrassment'
Third Sector Insight
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