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Third Sector Fundraising 30th March 2017
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Growth of fundraised income at top 100 charities 'lowest in six years'
Growth of fundraised income at top 100 charities 'lowest in six years'
A report from Charity Financials says income for the 100 largest fundraising charities grew to £9.1bn in 2015/16, a rise of 2.3 per cent on the previous year
 
Latest Fundraising News
 
1 IoF urges people to give old pound coins to charity
 
2 People think 57 per cent of donations should go to beneficiaries, says report
 
3 Government departments 'have no excuse' not to provide payroll giving
 
4 Five charities awarded share of estate after late discovery of will
 
5 Comic Relief raised £73m on Friday night
 
6 East Africa Crisis appeal raises £36m in first eleven days
 
7 More than £500k donated after Westminster terror attack
 
8 Door-to-door collection firms 'must be clear they are commercial'
 
9 New platform allows donation by mobile phone bill
 
10 Charities in London can bid for part of £500k pot to support social investment
 
 
Video
Watch: Friday Fundraisers - St Joseph's Hospice This week we feature Gemma Cornwell, head of community and events fundraising at the London hospice Watch: Friday Fundraisers - St Joseph's Hospice
 
Good Practice
Analysis: Debate goes on about fines by the Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has defended penalising the RSPCA and the British Heart Foundation for breaking data protection rules, but would the charities have had a strong chance of winning an appeal? Analysis: Debate goes on about fines by the Information Commissioner
 
Opinion
Joe Saxton: The managed decline in individual fundraising The sector's self-inflicted wounds may achieve what the worst financial crisis couldn't do and see public donations drop Joe Saxton: The managed decline in individual fundraising
 
Nicky Goulder: Collaboration is key to working with companies Charities need to design corporate responsibility programmes that inspire and engage employees, says the chief executive of the arts charity Create Nicky Goulder: Collaboration is key to working with companies
 

Last chance to enter the Fundraisers:
The New Generation awards

Third Sector is calling for entries for a very special, new awards programme intended recognise the very best up-and-coming fundraising talent in the charity sector. Entries need to be submitted here by midnight tonight

 
Latest Fundraising Jobs
 
Executive Director of Fundraising Circa £70k per annum, UK wide role – location flexible, with main office in Bristol and regular UK wide travel
 
Director of Income M1: Actual Salary - £34,277 - £38,146 per annum, Cheshunt, Waltham Cross
 
Fundraising Manager range from £35,000 to £40,000 (incl. OLW) depending on skills and experience, Southall, London
 
Senior Corporate Partnership Fundraiser Up to £35,000 per annum, London
 
Major Gifts Fundraiser Up to £35,000 per annum, London
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