Andy Ricketts

London Marathon plans 100,000-participant hybrid event and overhauls controversial bond system

London Marathon plans 100,000-participant hybrid event and overhauls controversial bond system

Organisers aim to have 50,000 people running the famous course and the same number completing their own route as part of the rescheduled event in October

Nine in 10 charity workers have felt stress, overwhelm or burnout over the past year, survey shows

Nine in 10 charity workers have felt stress, overwhelm or burnout over the past year, survey shows

Research conducted by Third Sector shows that 90 per cent of respondents have taken on extra work as the sector tackles the effects of the coronavirus pandemic

Almost half of charities facing 'significant threat' from staff burnout, survey suggests

Almost half of charities facing 'significant threat' from staff burnout, survey suggests

Research conducted among charity leaders found that 44 per cent said it was a major concern

Sexual exploitation of aid recipients remains 'a scourge', group of MPs conclude

Sexual exploitation of aid recipients remains 'a scourge', group of MPs conclude

The House of Commons International Development Committee's latest report into the issue says that despite some improvements in the aid sector, serious problems remain

What does the Brexit deal mean for the voluntary sector?

What does the Brexit deal mean for the voluntary sector?

Experts cast their eyes over the 1,200 page document and draw out the key issues UK charities will need to be aware of

Set up 'charitable action zones' to encourage philanthropic activity in local areas, report suggests

Set up 'charitable action zones' to encourage philanthropic activity in local areas, report suggests

Match-funding Gift Aid on donations to charities in certain communities could help boost voluntary action, the publication says

BHF cancels summer London to Brighton bike ride amid fears of last-minute abandonment

BHF cancels summer London to Brighton bike ride amid fears of last-minute abandonment

The charity says the uncertainty about large-scale events and the high financial risk of cancellation at short notice left it with no choice

Women's Aid reveals new chief executive

Women's Aid reveals new chief executive

Farah Nazeer will join the charity from ActionAid UK

Comic Relief appoints new chief executive

Comic Relief appoints new chief executive

Samir Patel has spent the past eight years at the marketing agency Blue State

Bullying claims against former Unicef UK chair unsubstantiated, review finds

Bullying claims against former Unicef UK chair unsubstantiated, review finds

Douglas Alexander says he is 'pleased but not surprised' to have been exonerated by the investigation

Art seized by Nazis set to raise £500k for charity 45 years after benefactor's death

Art seized by Nazis set to raise £500k for charity 45 years after benefactor's death

The sight-loss charity the Vision Foundation was the main beneficiary of the will of Irma Löwenstein Austin, who fled Vienna for London in 1938

Charity Commission closes six-year case into the RSPCA

Charity Commission closes six-year case into the RSPCA

The regulator says the governance reforms introduced by the animal charity go further than needed to address its concerns