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Finance Bulletin 26th September 2020
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Latest Finance News
Macmillan to make more than 300 redundancies
Macmillan to make more than 300 redundancies
The charity says the coronavirus pandemic will reduce fundraised income by £175m by 2022
 
1 Income at Guide Dogs reaches record high
 
2 Social investors push for extension on applications for emergency loans from government
 
3 National Emergencies Trust gives £1.5m each to three charities working with Covid-19 at-risk groups
 
4 Conservation charity averts closure through first public appeal for 20 years
 
5 Foundation offers £25m to support arts and culture charities
 
6 More than 140 roles at risk at Help for Heroes
 
7 Public Health England closure sparks fears over charity partnerships
 
8 Huge group of communications professionals offer pro bono help to charities
 
9 Public trust in charities falls despite faith in many institutions reaching record highs
 
10 Office for Civil Society director to join National Lottery Community Fund
 
 
Editor's Pick
Why remote management requires flexible, trusting leadership
Why remote management requires flexible, trusting leadership
Supporting team members through the challenges of the coronavirus outbreak demands an empathetic approach from the top. Andy Ricketts reports
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