Liam Kay

National Lottery Community Fund celebrates 25 years with £7.5m of funding

National Lottery Community Fund celebrates 25 years with £7.5m of funding

The #CelebrateNationalLottery25 fund will open in November, with £2m of it available in small grants of up to £1,000 each

CharityComms publishes wellbeing guide for PR staff

CharityComms publishes wellbeing guide for PR staff

Written by the digital communications specialist Kirsty Marrins, it offers tips for maintaining good mental health in an 'always-on' culture

Northern community businesses 'losing money on contracts', says report

Northern community businesses 'losing money on contracts', says report

A study by Durham University, funded by the community business body Power to Change, says many of them are using other income to subside the work, while others are priced out

Northern Ireland to set up £16m Dormant Account Fund

Northern Ireland to set up £16m Dormant Account Fund

The Department of Finance says it will take money from bank and building society accounts that have been dormant for 15 years or more to invest in the sector

Income at National Trust for Scotland rises to £57.9m

Income at National Trust for Scotland rises to £57.9m

Expenditure also rose, to £62.9m, according to the charity's latest accounts, for 2017/18

Unsecured and preferential creditors of 4Children will receive nothing

Unsecured and preferential creditors of 4Children will receive nothing

Administrators for the charity, which collapsed in 2016, say funds realised during the process have been used to cover costs

Generation Z 'more likely to have volunteered' than other age groups

Generation Z 'more likely to have volunteered' than other age groups

Research published by the British Heart Foundation contradicts a government survey by finding that people aged between 16 and 24 volunteer the most

Action for Children spent £1.5m on redundancies last year

Action for Children spent £1.5m on redundancies last year

The charity's latest accounts show it lost more than 300 staff during the course of 2018/19

Put your beneficiaries' interests over your own, commission chief warns charity leaders

Put your beneficiaries' interests over your own, commission chief warns charity leaders

Helen Stephenson says in a blog published in advance of a possible general election that charities have the ability to heal social divides

Regulators reveal reforms to the body that sets charity accounting rules

Regulators reveal reforms to the body that sets charity accounting rules

The Sorp Committee will reduce in size and have a greater weighting towards smaller charities

Union to ballot members over industrial action at Amnesty International

Union to ballot members over industrial action at Amnesty International

Unite is unhappy that 20 roles have been earmarked for redundancy by the organisation

Amnesty International revises down its redundancy expectations

Amnesty International revises down its redundancy expectations

Earlier this year the organisation predicted as many as 146 roles might disappear, but now it says 20 at most will go

Founder of National Citizen Service Trust to step down as chief executive

Founder of National Citizen Service Trust to step down as chief executive

Michael Lynas, who was the first chief executive of the trust in 2013 and helped to set up the NCS itself in 2009, will leave in spring or summer next year

Unicef leaked personal details of more than 8,500 people

Unicef leaked personal details of more than 8,500 people

The accidental leak involved the names, email addresses, gender and other information about people who enrolled on an online course

St Mungo's strike averted because one too few employees took part in vote

St Mungo's strike averted because one too few employees took part in vote

Staff at the homelessness charity voted to go on strike in a dispute over working conditions, but the vote did not count because one too few of those eligible to vote did so

BHF income rose to record high of £338m last year

BHF income rose to record high of £338m last year

Its accounts for the year to 31 March also show expenditure rising significantly, to £366.9m, leaving the charity with a deficit of £26.7m

Only a quarter of Scots formally volunteered in 2018/19

Only a quarter of Scots formally volunteered in 2018/19

The latest Scottish Household Survey adds that 52 per cent of Scots did not do any informal volunteering

No-deal Brexit remains on the table, NCVO warns charities

No-deal Brexit remains on the table, NCVO warns charities

The umbrella body has released new guidance to help charities prepare for the possibility

Former Stonewall chief appointed to House of Lords

Former Stonewall chief appointed to House of Lords

Theresa May's resignation honours list includes making Ruth Hunt a crossbench life peer, but a knighthood for former cricketer Geoffrey Boycott is criticised by women's charities

Tomorrow's People creditors will get 38p for every pound, administrators say

Tomorrow's People creditors will get 38p for every pound, administrators say

The employment charity collapsed last year after a big loss in funding