Andy Ricketts

CIoF response to sexual harassment claims has been 'reactive and defensive', fellows say

CIoF response to sexual harassment claims has been 'reactive and defensive', fellows say

Notable fundraisers including Lucy Caldicott, Paul Amadi, Daryl Upsall and Ruth Davison have met senior leaders at the membership body to express their concerns

Citizens Advice unveils new chief executive

Citizens Advice unveils new chief executive

Clare Moriarty previously spent 35 years in the Civil Service, including as permanent secretary at the former Department for Exiting the EU

Chartered Institute of Fundraising chief executive to step down

Chartered Institute of Fundraising chief executive to step down

The announcement comes as the body faces pressure over its handling of sexual harassment claims, but Peter Lewis says he had handed in his resignation before the recent outcry

Support needed for charity staff on the verge of burnout, emergency body warns

Support needed for charity staff on the verge of burnout, emergency body warns

On the first anniversary of the Prime Minister declaring a national lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic, the VCS Emergencies Partnership is calling for additional support for charities

Trustees disqualified after they were unable to account for £1m of charitable funds

Trustees disqualified after they were unable to account for £1m of charitable funds

The Charity Commission also found the individuals did not properly protect more than £10,000 in charitable funds that were paid to the chair 'for his own personal expenditure'

Unicef UK trustee who was dragged into leadership dispute steps down early

Unicef UK trustee who was dragged into leadership dispute steps down early

The charity says Kirsty Gill, who chaired the charity's people committee, has decided to leave because of increased work commitments

Power to Change to continue for at least five more years after £20m funding injection

Power to Change to continue for at least five more years after £20m funding injection

The community business support charity was due to be wound up in 2022

Charity founded by Harry Potter author appoints chief executive

Charity founded by Harry Potter author appoints chief executive

Peter McDermott will join Lumos from the consultancy Fajara Associates in the summer

National Trust did not breach charity law with controversial slavery report, regulator concludes

National Trust did not breach charity law with controversial slavery report, regulator concludes

The Charity Commission says it has found 'no grounds for regulatory action' after the charity published the document in September

Charity lost more than £200,000 after trustee wrongly advised colleagues of exchange rate

Charity lost more than £200,000 after trustee wrongly advised colleagues of exchange rate

The individual has been disqualified from being a charity trustee for 15 years

Tributes paid after chair of charity leaders association dies suddenly

Tributes paid after chair of charity leaders association dies suddenly

Ian Findlay collapsed while cycling near his home last week

Save the Children UK chief executive to step down

Save the Children UK chief executive to step down

Kevin Watkins will leave the charity in the summer after five years in post

RNID appoints fundraising director

RNID appoints fundraising director

Paul Hayward has been promoted from head of public fundraising to take up the new position

Interim manager appointed to charity accused of selling 'coronavirus cleansing kits' of oil and string

Interim manager appointed to charity accused of selling 'coronavirus cleansing kits' of oil and string

The Charity Commission says the IM will conduct a review of The Kingdom Church GB and its relationship to subsidiary companies before considering its future viability

'Concerning' fall in popularity of children's charities

'Concerning' fall in popularity of children's charities

Data from the research consultancy nfpSynergy shows the proportion of people who chose charities benefiting children and young people as one of their favourite causes has fallen by 19 percentage points over the past decade

Budget reaction: Charity sector being 'taken for granted' by government

Budget reaction: Charity sector being 'taken for granted' by government

Representative bodies criticise the Chancellor for failing to recognise the role played by charities

The main points for the voluntary sector from the Spring Budget 2021

The main points for the voluntary sector from the Spring Budget 2021

An extension to the furlough scheme and social investment tax relief are among the big announcements affecting voluntary sector organisations