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Finance Bulletin 6th June 2020
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Charity that ran fundraising platform struck off after sole trustee convicted of £240k theft
Charity that ran fundraising platform struck off after sole trustee convicted of £240k theft
An inquiry report from the Charity Commission says Ahtiq Raja was given a 24-month community order for stealing the funds
 
News
 
1 Three-quarters of charity data law incidents last year were ‘accidental’
 
2 Exclusive: Three resign from National Emergencies Trust equity working group
 
3 Some former staff of collapsed fundraising firm paid less than 1 per cent of what they were owed
 
4 Charity shops fear 'double whammy' of high donations and reduced staff, umbrella body warns
 
5 Sector bodies call for Covid-19 'data collective'
 
6 Peers to examine role played by charities in providing public services
 
7 National Trust to begin reopening gardens and parklands
 
8 Lottery fund received record number of applications for Covid-19 emergency money
 
 
Awards
Winners of the 2020 Business Charity Awards revealed The awards, run by Third Sector, celebrate the work done by UK companies to support voluntary organisations Winners of the 2020 Business Charity Awards revealed
 
From the Magazine
Fundraising in a crisis: Six ways to boost your income during the pandemic
Fundraising in a crisis: Six ways to boost your income during the pandemic
As coronavirus threatens to cost the sector billions in lost income, Rebecca Cooney finds out how charities can bring money in despite the current restrictions
 
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Penny Wilson: We don’t talk enough about power in the voluntary sector
Penny Wilson: We don’t talk enough about power in the voluntary sector
Many charities exist because people face systemic disadvantage, but they don’t do enough to address this within their organisations
 
Zoe Amar: What happens to the charity office now? With some businesses announcing staff will now be able to work at home 'forever', could charities look to retire their office spaces? Zoe Amar: What happens to the charity office now?
 
Mike Adamson: The future of the charity sector relies on better collaboration and partnership Strengthening local relationships is crucial to effectively supporting the most vulnerable over the lifetime of this emergency Mike Adamson: The future of the charity sector relies on better collaboration and partnership
 
Adeela Warley: As we begin to reopen our organisations, remember the generosity and commitment of volunteers For charities, creating human connection with others and our environment is priceless Adeela Warley: As we begin to reopen our organisations, remember the generosity and commitment of volunteers
 
Martyn Drake: Take a step back and... recharge For many of us, the emotional scaffolding of normal times and office life have disappeared during the pandemic, and understanding how this affects different people is key to a successful recovery Martyn Drake: Take a step back and... recharge
 
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