Andy Ricketts

London Marathon to return to being a spring event in the long term, organisers pledge

London Marathon to return to being a spring event in the long term, organisers pledge

Some fundraisers had expressed concerns about next year's event being postponed from the usual April slot to October, but its chief says 'we are absolutely a spring event'

Former Age UK and NSPCC fundraising chief takes top role at Shooting Star Children's Hospices

Former Age UK and NSPCC fundraising chief takes top role at Shooting Star Children's Hospices

Paul Farthing joins from The Children's Trust, where he has held the most senior fundraising role since 2018

Average pay among charity leaders rose 3.6 per cent last year, report finds

Average pay among charity leaders rose 3.6 per cent last year, report finds

The latest annual pay study from the membership body Acevo shows median pay rose for voluntary sector leaders in Scotland and Northern Ireland while it fell among those in England

Labour leader pledges to remove charitable status from independent schools

Labour leader pledges to remove charitable status from independent schools

Sir Keir Starmer wants to raise funds that could be spent on the state sector

Inquiry into charity that made more than £900,000 of unsecured loans to one person

Inquiry into charity that made more than £900,000 of unsecured loans to one person

The independent auditors say in the charity's accounts that non-payment of loans could 'cast significant doubt on the group's ability to continue as a going concern'

RSPCA to sell its head office under plans to move to hybrid working model

RSPCA to sell its head office under plans to move to hybrid working model

Internal polling has shown that the majority of office-based staff want to work from home more

Charities minister moved on in government reshuffle

Charities minister moved on in government reshuffle

Baroness Barran becomes academies minister while the sector awaits news on her successor

Youth charity appoints new chief executive

Youth charity appoints new chief executive

Former marine Alastair Floyd will join the Tall Ships Youth Trust in October

Guide Dogs' fundraising director moves to Marie Curie

Guide Dogs' fundraising director moves to Marie Curie

Maria Novell succeeds Meredith Niles, who has stepped down after almost eight years at the end of life charity

Four out of five corporate partners expect to increase investment in charities, new research shows

Four out of five corporate partners expect to increase investment in charities, new research shows

The figures come from the latest annual Corporate-NGO Partnerships Barometer report, which assesses the state of partnerships between companies and charities

Charity raffle cancelled after man claims 2,000 free entries

Charity raffle cancelled after man claims 2,000 free entries

Organisers discovered a box on their doorstep containing 2,001 postcards from one person looking to exploit a legal loophole

Deaf charities announce merger

Deaf charities announce merger

The new organisation says it wants to become the UK's leading deaf charity