Andy Ricketts

Volunteering levels reach new high but proportion of givers down, major government survey shows

Volunteering levels reach new high but proportion of givers down, major government survey shows

The annual Community Life Survey shows a rise in 'informal volunteering' during the coronavirus pandemic

Barnardo's chief executive steps down for family reasons

Barnardo's chief executive steps down for family reasons

Javed Khan says he has decided to leave his role after 'reflecting in some depth on what is best for me and my family'

Major grant-maker unfairly dismissed chief executive because he opposed gay marriage, tribunal rules

Major grant-maker unfairly dismissed chief executive because he opposed gay marriage, tribunal rules

Kenneth Ferguson, who led the Robertson Trust for nine years, is an elder of Stirling Free Church, which is against same-sex marriage

CIoF interim chief to take up top role at education charity

CIoF interim chief to take up top role at education charity

Dhivya O’Connor will join United World Schools in November

Chartered Institute of Fundraising unveils new chief executive

Chartered Institute of Fundraising unveils new chief executive

The umbrella body has appointed a successor to Peter Lewis, who stepped down in June

Chartered Institute of Fundraising has appointed a new chief executive

Chartered Institute of Fundraising has appointed a new chief executive

The umbrella body expects to announce the identity of the individual 'in the next few weeks'

Chief executive of Cats Protection to step down

Chief executive of Cats Protection to step down

James Yeates is to take up the same role at the World Federation for Animals

Save the Children UK appoints new chief executive

Save the Children UK appoints new chief executive

Gwen Hines succeeds Kevin Watkins, who has stepped down after five years in the role

Charity Commission not the 'all-powerful regulator of its sector', Conservative peer warns

Charity Commission not the 'all-powerful regulator of its sector', Conservative peer warns

Lord Hodgson, who carried out a review of the Charities Act 2006, says the regulator should not have to seek permission from the Attorney General to take a point of charity law to the charity tribunal

Trustees of major charities could be held personally liable for accounting mistakes

Trustees of major charities could be held personally liable for accounting mistakes

A government white paper suggests a new regulator could have powers to take action against organisations that make misleading statements about their finances