Following a year of recriminations over sexual misconduct allegations at the CIoF, Katie Docherty explains how she plans to turn things around
Investigation upheld complaints of harassment and race discrimination against former NCVO chief and deputy
Karl Wilding and Susan Cordingley were both allowed to leave the membership body before the investigation was completed
Katie Docherty tells Third Sector the approach will 'filter down through every single aspect of the organisation'
Vicky Browning says she will leave the charity leaders body in May
Park Lane Stables had to move out of its long-term home after initially being unable to purchase the property, but has since been able to complete the deal
A year after numerous bullying allegations, Rebecca Cooney finds out how St John Ambulance’s new head of equity and inclusion plans to drive change
Jimmy Innes will join Lepra next month from the top job at the disability rights and development charity ADD International
Castle trustees face mutiny after alleged unfair dismissal of CEO and 'poor handling' of racist incident
A group of staff has called for the mass resignation of the trustees of the Nottingham Castle Trust
What charities can learn from one of the unlikely stars of the video app beloved by Generation Z
Was the Everyone In scheme a watershed moment in tackling homelessness – or a wasted opportunity?
Rebecca Cooney explores how the loss of the major online fundraising platform will affect charities
As charities come under increasing pressure to demonstrate their eco-credentials, how are the sector’s financial engines converting to greener, cleaner fuel?
Its fundraising director had previously said the charity was having 'a very live conversation' about its name but that will not lead to a rebrand, says new chief executive Gwen Hines