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Finance Bulletin 30th November 2021
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A quarter of charities lost at least 40 per cent of their income last year, researchers find
A quarter of charities lost at least 40 per cent of their income last year, researchers find
The study found small organisations have been the hardest hit
 
1 Charity stops Facebook campaign after flood of toxic comments from anti-vaxxers
 
2 No preferred candidate for Charity Commission chair 'from where I'm sitting', says culture secretary
 
3 Big fall in number of UK donors but total amount given rises
 
4 BBC Children in Need total up by more than £2m on last year
 
5 Government opens £7m volunteering fund
 
6 Proposed new data rules could be detrimental to charity fundraising, CIOF warns
 
7 Rise in funds raised for good causes after record National Lottery ticket sales
 
8 Youth charities to merge
 
9 Social Investment Business returns to surplus after deficit, latest accounts show
 
10 Probe into Saudi billionaire's foundation amid claims it took funds intended for one of Prince Charles's charities
 
 
Longer Reads
The Knowledge Poverty relief charities: A snapshot of spending within means PJ White takes a snapshot look at the spending trends of charities working on the prevention and relief of poverty. Exclusively available to subscribers to The Knowledge Poverty relief charities: A snapshot of spending within means
 
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The chilling effect of charity gagging clauses
The Information The chilling effect of charity gagging clauses
Stephen Delahunty explores the arguments over funding contracts that come with conditions attached
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Debra Allcock Tyler: We have to stop pathologising normal negative emotions
Debra Allcock Tyler: We have to stop pathologising normal negative emotions
Feelings of self-doubt, embarrassment or so-called 'imposter syndrome' can be incredibly good for you
 

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