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Third Sector Fundraising 31st July 2014
 
Third Sector Fundraising brings you the latest fundraising news and best practice, including digital fundraising, legacy fundraising, trust fundraising, street fundraising, direct marketing, corporate partnerships and events.
 
Latest Fundraising News
Review of fundraising regulation reveals 'lack of trust' between the three bodies involved Review of fundraising regulation reveals 'lack of trust' between the three bodies involved
 
Six options to improve fundraising self-regulation outlined in full PwC report Six options to improve fundraising self-regulation outlined in full PwC report
 
Face-to-face agencies have more power in PFRA than charity members, report says Face-to-face agencies have more power in PFRA than charity members, report says
 
Richard Taylor, new chair of the IoF, says it should remain separate from the FRSB Richard Taylor, new chair of the IoF, says it should remain separate from the FRSB
 
Average amount given to charity in England rose by 13 per cent in 2013/14 Average amount given to charity in England rose by 13 per cent in 2013/14
 
Charities likely to receive only a third of money owed by CharityGiving, High Court ruling says Charities likely to receive only a third of money owed by CharityGiving, High Court ruling says
 
Big Lottery Fund to receive £60m from winding-up of the Olympic Lottery Distribution Fund Big Lottery Fund to receive £60m from winding-up of the Olympic Lottery Distribution Fund
 
Fundraising Standards Board rejects complaint about RSPB web page Fundraising Standards Board rejects complaint about RSPB web page
 
MPs launch inquiry into society lotteries MPs launch inquiry into society lotteries
 
Unicef raises £3.1m from UK donations during Commonwealth Games opening ceremony Unicef raises £3.1m from UK donations during Commonwealth Games opening ceremony
 
Other News
 
Local Government Association calls for council tax discounts for volunteers
 
Volunteering levels down slightly this year, Cabinet Office survey finds
 
Human Dignity Trust case 'reveals deep flaws in Charity Commission decision-making'
 
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Head of Fundraising and Marketing £32,000 to £36,000 (depending on experience), Warwickshire
 
Corporate Partnerships Development Manager £28,000 to £31,000, Bedfordshire / Cambridgeshire / Northamptonshire
 
FUNDRAISER / EVENTS ORGANISER Salary scale £20,107 - £27,767 dependent upon experience, North West England / Macclesfield, Cheshire / Manchester, Greater Manchester / Stockport, Greater...
 
Development Officer (Alumni Relations) Depending on experience, Hammersmith and Fulham, London (Greater)
 
Chief Executive £85,000 plus benefits, London (Greater) / London (Central), London (Greater)
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In Depth
What people want from the Big Lottery Fund The BLF is holding a consultation on its next six-year strategy. Susannah Birkwood considers the results so far and talks to its chief executive, Dawn Austwick What people want from the Big Lottery Fund
 
Comment
Stephen Pidgeon: If fundraising is to flourish, we must get close to our colleagues Slogans won't deliver fundraising success; but real cooperation between fundraisers and service colleagues might, writes our columnist Stephen Pidgeon: If fundraising is to flourish, we must get close to our colleagues
 
Star supporters
Lorraine Kelly becomes an ambassador for the Shackleton Foundation Plus: Joanna Lumley, Laura Robson, Phil Tufnell, John Salako, Dane Bowers, Sian Lloyd and Daffyd James Lorraine Kelly becomes an ambassador for the Shackleton Foundation
 
Digital Campaign of the Week
Deki enlists help of Aardman Animations for new video The microfinance charity worked with the company that brought us Wallace & Gromit to create a colourful film encouraging people to lend money to entrepreneurs in the developing world Deki enlists help of Aardman Animations for new video
 
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It’s official – preventing poverty is not charitable
matthewsherrington, July 30, 2014

For some time now, the UK charity...

 
 
 
Volunteering falls once again
Rob Jackson, July 29, 2014

In late July the government released...

 
 
 
Transparency and trustworthiness are not the same thing
Sam Burne James, July 28, 2014

Apparently there’s some sort of...

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"Instead of relaxing the rules on society lotteries, the MPs should be looking at raising the legal minimum [good cause money] to equal that achieved by the National Lottery, namely 28 per cent."

Mark Jackson on the article 'MPs launch inquiry into society lotteries'


 
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