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Finance Bulletin 14th December 2019
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Christian Aid plans to close all regional offices in England
Christian Aid plans to close all regional offices in England
The charity also intends to withdraw from 12 countries as part of plans to save £7m a year
 
News
 
1 RSPCA staff could strike in February over proposed conditions
 
2 RNIB Group has made nearly 500 redundant in past two years as it rebalances the books
 
3 Big Give Christmas Challenge raises £15.6m for nearly 600 charities
 
4 Grant-maker the Thomas Cook Children's Charity to close
 
5 Scotland plans end to private schools' business rates relief from September
 
6 Lloyds Bank Foundation offers grants for core costs of up to £100,000
 
7 Series of frauds brings Charity Commission warning
 
8 Access offers £6m more through its enterprise development programme
 
9 Controversial telecoms firm Huawei donates £100,000 to Childline
 
10 Asthma UK and British Lung Foundation agree merger and announce new name
 
More articles below
 
How to claim Gift Aid and who is eligible Partner Content: Presented By Markel From small one-off cash contributions to a sizeable sum from a wealthy donor, the ability to claim back an additional 25% on donations through Gift Aid offers charities the chance to make philanthropy go further How to claim Gift Aid and who is eligible
 
Analysis
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
 
Comment
Seb Elsworth: A positive state in the social enterprise sector - for now There are a lot of lessons from Social Enterprise UK's latest State of Social Enterprise report about how organisations access finance Seb Elsworth: A positive state in the social enterprise sector - for now
 
Debra Allcock-Tyler: The new government should not promise what it is incapable of delivering Charities are making great progress in compromising and working together - perhaps politicians could learn from us Debra Allcock-Tyler: The new government should not promise what it is incapable of delivering
 
People
FD in Five Minutes: Adrian Bloor
FD in Five Minutes: Adrian Bloor
Third Sector speaks to the finance director at Nugent, a vulnerable people's charity operating in Merseyside, Cheshire and parts of Greater Manchester
 

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