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Third Sector Fundraising 3rd August 2015
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Latest Fundraising News
Appeal court rules that woman's daughter should get money left to three animal charities Appeal court rules that woman's daughter should get money left to three animal charities
 
Telephone fundraising agency GoGen ceases trading with 485 jobs lost Telephone fundraising agency GoGen ceases trading with 485 jobs lost
 
UK adults likely to donate £4.8bn to charity this year, study finds UK adults likely to donate £4.8bn to charity this year, study finds
 
Total grants from trusts and foundations now greater than government grants, says NCVO Total grants from trusts and foundations now greater than government grants, says NCVO
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One in six of over-60s have included charitable donations in their wills, poll finds One in six of over-60s have included charitable donations in their wills, poll finds
 
Fundraising Standards Board appoints Andrew Hind as chair Fundraising Standards Board appoints Andrew Hind as chair
 
Latest Fundraising Jobs
 
Fundraising and Events Assistant 18,000, London
 
Head of Fundraising Up to £40,000pa (depending on experience), Banbury, Oxfordshire
 
Fundraising Manager NJC Scale SO2/PO 32-38 (£27924-£32778 depending on experience), Warrington, Cheshire
 
Fundraising, Partnerships & Communications Director from £70,000 Per Annum, Vauxhall, London
 
Clinical Governance Officer SCP 22-40 £20,253 to £34,746, Manchester based, with travel to all Lifeline Services
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In Depth
Analysis: Will charities bill amendments protect the vulnerable - or are they a knee-jerk reaction? The government's proposed amendments to the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill have drawn a mixed response from the sector Analysis: Will charities bill amendments protect the vulnerable - or are they a knee-jerk reaction?
 
Latest comments

"The demise of GoGen is perhaps a sign that the industrial trawling of donors only works when there but a few trawlers."

Patrick Taylor commenting on the article: "Stephen Cook: The GoGen closure is another twist of the knife"

 
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Volunteers can help to plug the £4.6bn funding hole
Rob Jackson, August 03, 2015
 
 
 
Whatever happened to our values, ethics and integrity?
Stella Smith, July 30, 2015
 
 
 
Full marks to Jeremy Hughes for speaking out
Susannah Birkwood, July 21, 2015
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