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Small Charities Coalition launches charity set-up tool

Small Charities Coalition launches charity set-up tool

The tool, charitysetup, helps to guide people through the process and to register with the Charity Commission

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JustGiving removes Interpal pages after protests from pro-Israeli group

JustGiving removes Interpal pages after protests from pro-Israeli group

UK Lawyers for Israel said JustGiving was breaking US and Australian anti-terror laws by hosting pages for the relief charity

Rape charity faces racist abuse after Tommy Robinson highlights its advert

Rape charity faces racist abuse after Tommy Robinson highlights its advert

Rape Crisis (Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucks) says it has been bombarded with phone calls, messages and emails since Robinson posted an advert for its services on his Facebook page with a misleading caption

Fundraising agency cuts deal to pay off £650,000 debts after restructure

Fundraising agency cuts deal to pay off £650,000 debts after restructure

The telephone fundraising agency has entered into a company voluntary arrangement and warns that traditional high-volume telephone fundraising has had its day

Charities will have 21 days to act on suppression requests from 1 March

Charities will have 21 days to act on suppression requests from 1 March

Charities currently have 28 days to deal with requests made through the Fundraising Preference Service, but are being brought in line with the Data Protection Act, says the Fundraising Regulator

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Charity property: could you be entitled to a huge VAT saving?

Charity property: could you be entitled to a huge VAT saving?

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When a property is being constructed, VAT is charged at the standard rate. But if you're a charity, health body, educational institution, housing association or finance house, the work may well fall into a category that justifies zero-rating - and you could make a massive saving

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Start-up charities: New, innovative and making a difference

Start-up charities: New, innovative and making a difference

PJ White looks at some of the most exciting charities and social enterprises founded in recent years

Third Sector Podcast #2: Future of Fundraising

Third Sector Podcast #2: Future of Fundraising

Rebecca Cooney discusses fundraising with Paul Amadi from the British Red Cross and Victoria Smith from Shelter. Plus: the role of technology in fundraising and reporting from the IoF Major Donor Conference

Why legacy campaigns are on the rise

Why legacy campaigns are on the rise

There has been a notable surge in the number of charities seeking gifts in wills over the past year. Lisa Clavering asks what is behind their popularity

How to steal from charities... and how you can stop it

How to steal from charities... and how you can stop it

From ransomware to shoplifting, here are five common ways in which criminals defraud charities

Third Sector Podcast #1: Diversity in charities

Third Sector Podcast #1: Diversity in charities

Featuring RNIB chair Eleanor Southwood and Kemar Walford, chair of the Institute of Fundraising's Black Fundraisers UK Group

Impact reporting should never be painful or expensive

Impact reporting should never be painful or expensive

Many small organisations struggle to demonstrate the difference they make, but by following some simple steps they can show the value of their work to funders and supporters. Emma Sheppard reports