Emily Burt

Small charities 'struggling to support service users in the absence of face-to-face services'

Small charities 'struggling to support service users in the absence of face-to-face services'

Research by CharityComms and the Media Trust finds that six in 10 respondents are struggling with resources

Duke and Duchess of Sussex announce plans for new charitable foundation

Duke and Duchess of Sussex announce plans for new charitable foundation

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan to launch Archewell charity 'when the time is right'

Comic Relief and Children In Need to join forces for Big Night In TV fundraiser

Comic Relief and Children In Need to join forces for Big Night In TV fundraiser

The three-hour fundraiser will focus on the work of those fighting the impact of the coronavirus pandemic

Two Oxfam workers killed in attack in Syria

Two Oxfam workers killed in attack in Syria

The charity condemns the attack that caused the deaths of two aid workers

London Marathon Charitable Trust offers £7.8m of grant funding

London Marathon Charitable Trust offers £7.8m of grant funding

The funds are split across two grant programmes designed to inspire activity among people of all ages

'Bloody funny. Bloody cross': Why outrage and humour work for Bloody Good Period

'Bloody funny. Bloody cross': Why outrage and humour work for Bloody Good Period

In just over three years, Gabby Edlin has taken a taboo cause and turned it into one of the UK's most exciting new charities. Why? Because everyone deserves a bloody good period. Emily Burt reports

Oxfam 'appointed strongest candidate' for trustee position, says chair of trustees

Oxfam 'appointed strongest candidate' for trustee position, says chair of trustees

Caroline Thomson responds to the accusation that the charity has failed to improve its approach to safeguarding

Bad money: Where should charities draw the line on funding?

Bad money: Where should charities draw the line on funding?

With charities turning away donations from the Sackler Trust and ending partnerships with oil giants, exactly when should charities be saying 'no' to gifts or investments? Emily Burt investigates

Sector must tackle problems faced by charities in poorer regions, says NPC chief

Sector must tackle problems faced by charities in poorer regions, says NPC chief

Addressing the think tank's annual conference, Dan Corry says charities in deprived areas are less likely to thrive than those in more affluent parts of the UK

Work together beyond 'suspending mutual loathing for financial gain', BRC chief warns charities

Work together beyond 'suspending mutual loathing for financial gain', BRC chief warns charities

In the keynote speech at NPC's 2019 annual conference, Mike Adamson of the British Red Cross says collaboration is the only way charities will meet ambitious missions

Number of regular givers to group of major charities fell by 174,000 last year

Number of regular givers to group of major charities fell by 174,000 last year

The 2019 Charity Benchmarks Report says that, in the year to the end of March, the number giving to 21 charities fell to about 1.6 million

Fixers trustees 'working to find suitable home' for digital archive

Fixers trustees 'working to find suitable home' for digital archive

The charity, which is winding down because of insufficient funding, says it is exploring multiple options

Charity supporters register 'deep concern' over content archive of youth charity Fixers

Charity supporters register 'deep concern' over content archive of youth charity Fixers

The charity will close its doors at the end of the month, with current and ex-members of staff concerned about plans for its digital content bank

Refuge secures domestic violence helpline grant ahead of former partner Women's Aid

Refuge secures domestic violence helpline grant ahead of former partner Women's Aid

The two charities have run the helpline in partnership for a number of years, but decided to independently bid for the £1.2m grant

Why we're proud to make money from LGBT+ Pride

Why we're proud to make money from LGBT+ Pride

Corporate involvement in LGBT+ Pride month is a contentious issue but, for small LGBT+ charities, partnerships with big companies go far beyond rainbow-branded products

NSPCC saw almost 200 cancelled donations in week of Munroe Bergdorf row

NSPCC saw almost 200 cancelled donations in week of Munroe Bergdorf row

Charity says it does not know how many cancellations were in connection to the relationship with Bergdorf

Sector must be accountable for crises, says Save the Children comms director

Sector must be accountable for crises, says Save the Children comms director

Kirsten Walkom tells a crisis communications conference that too many people working for large charities believe their larger mission excuses damaging behaviour

Greenpeace condemns MP for manhandling climate activist during peaceful protest

Greenpeace condemns MP for manhandling climate activist during peaceful protest

Video footage from a black-tie dinner shows Foreign Office minister Mark Field grabbing a female climate activist by the neck and forcibly removing her from the room