Liam Kay

Total income falls across the top 25 fundraising events

Total income falls across the top 25 fundraising events

New figures show that falls in income established mass participation events run by Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support were behind overall reduction in fundraised income

Pro-life charity begins legal action following country show eviction

Pro-life charity begins legal action following country show eviction

Life claims that Lambeth Council acted unlawfully in evicting it from the Lambeth Country Show last month

More than £2m in grants handed out by the London Marathon Charitable Trust

More than £2m in grants handed out by the London Marathon Charitable Trust

Recipients include projects across London, Surrey and Buckinghamshire

CoolTan Arts owed more than £70,000 on entering liquidation

CoolTan Arts owed more than £70,000 on entering liquidation

Creditors include Age UK Lewisham and Southwark, according to documents posted on Companies House

FD in Five Minutes: Wyn Jones

FD in Five Minutes: Wyn Jones

The finance director at the national adult health and social care charity Making Space

Barnardo's forms partnership with specialist adoption service

Barnardo's forms partnership with specialist adoption service

Adoptionplus, which will retain its own identity, will see its services expanded nationwide as part of the agreement

Christian rehabilitation centre faces Charity Commission inquiry

Christian rehabilitation centre faces Charity Commission inquiry

The commission has opened the inquiry into Livingstone House Mother of the Harvest Ministries after repeated failures to file accounts and concerns over its governance

Strategy is only the beginning, sector says

Strategy is only the beginning, sector says

Sector groups have responded positively to the document, published today, but said there is more work to be done

CAF Bank's loan book exceeds £100m

CAF Bank's loan book exceeds £100m

The bank said it had £92m worth of loans drawn from it and committed another £11.8m in its last financial year

Unison lodges sleep-in care back pay appeal

Unison lodges sleep-in care back pay appeal

The union has applied to appeal last month's Court of Appeal decision that prevented care charities paying millions in back pay