Andy Hillier

Editor, Third Sector
Put beneficiaries first, says draft code of ethics drawn up by ex-NSPCC chief

Put beneficiaries first, says draft code of ethics drawn up by ex-NSPCC chief

Dame Mary Marsh led work on the draft code, which is open to consultation for 12 weeks

Government seeks to raise society lotteries limit to £100m a year

Government seeks to raise society lotteries limit to £100m a year

In a consultation document released today, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport says it wants to raise the limit from £10m a year to help good causes

Corporate partnerships should be about more than just big cheques

Corporate partnerships should be about more than just big cheques

Companies are moving away from one-off donations towards more long-term strategic partnerships (subscriber only)

Charities should not 'stick to their knitting', culture secretary says

Charities should not 'stick to their knitting', culture secretary says

But Matt Hancock also says voluntary sector organisations should not spend their time pursuing 'ideological crusades against the government'

Save the Children International chairman quits

Save the Children International chairman quits

Sir Alan Parker faced calls to step down after the charity was accused of failing to deal adequately with sexual harassment by senior executives

RNIB chief executive resigns after regulator opens inquiry into safeguarding concerns

RNIB chief executive resigns after regulator opens inquiry into safeguarding concerns

Sally Harvey left after the Charity Commission said it was looking into the charity's safeguarding arrangements in the wake of incidents at one of its homes in Coventry

Gerald Oppenheim to be next chief executive of the Fundraising Regulator

Gerald Oppenheim to be next chief executive of the Fundraising Regulator

He will take up the post in July after Stephen Dunmore steps down

Oxfam: A crisis to end all crises

Oxfam: A crisis to end all crises

For the second time in three years, charities have been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. However, the data suggests that the negative coverage is unlikely to damage the broader charity sector

Oxfam crisis: 'We must not end up with a lynch-mob mentality'

Oxfam crisis: 'We must not end up with a lynch-mob mentality'

Peter Kellner, chair of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, tells Andy Hillier why better systems are needed to deal with abuse

Former charities minister accuses large charities of putting money ahead of the cause

Former charities minister accuses large charities of putting money ahead of the cause

Rob Wilson writes in an exclusive piece for Third Sector that 'a surprising number' of big charities 'feel their good work sets them above criticism'