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Third Sector Finance 18th June 2019
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Government to decide 'in due course' if Oxfam can bid again for DfID funding
Government to decide 'in due course' if Oxfam can bid again for DfID funding
The troubled charity withdrew from bidding for government funding after the safeguarding story broke in February last year
 
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1 Labour promises more grant funding and time off for trustees
 
2 Income growth at top fundraising charities continues to slow
 
3 Insolvency Service bans 'irresponsible' former chief of Lifeline Project for seven years
 
4 Charities 'should make financial information on websites Sorp-compliant'
 
5 Think beyond just generating income, Children's Society director tells charities
 
6 London charities urge Chancellor to increase local authority funding
 
7 Regulator probes charity after £850k is transferred into a trustee's account
 
8 Government plans for embedding social value in contracts 'do not go far enough'
 
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Joe Saxton: The outcome of the Sorp governance review is good news for donors The review's recommendations could help to make information on charities in the public domain more accurate Joe Saxton: The outcome of the Sorp governance review is good news for donors
 
Kirsty McHugh: I won't hold my breath for a Brexit dividend For many of us who run charities, the vote to leave the European Union is an unalloyed disaster Kirsty McHugh: I won't hold my breath for a Brexit dividend
 
Seb Elsworth: Championing equality and diversity through social investment Social investment can help equalities organisations, but has to do more to address diversity in the social investment sector Seb Elsworth: Championing equality and diversity through social investment
 
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FD in Five Minutes: Julia Berry
FD in Five Minutes: Julia Berry
Third Sector speaks to the head of finance at Dementia Adventure
 
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