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Finance Bulletin 25th January 2021
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Latest Finance News
High Court decides destination of funds left to non-existent charities by former racing driver
High Court decides destination of funds left to non-existent charities by former racing driver
The gifts to 'British Racing Drivers Club Benevolent Fund' and the 'Cancer Research Fund' were part of a £1.2m estate left by Barrie Williams, who died in 2018
 
1 Increase Gift Aid amount and protect charity business rate relief, government urged
 
2 Charities might need to abandon medium-term strategy due to pandemic uncertainty, NCVO warns
 
3 Reinvent your relationships with grantees, philanthropists urged
 
4 Youth charities offered £16m lifeline
 
5 Withdraw funding from aid charities that employ sexual predators, MPs urge
 
6 Older people's charity lands £1m partnership
 
7 Regulator pledges update to responsible investment guidance
 
8 Charities offered grants of up to £70,000 to develop digital services
 
9 Charities in Northern Ireland set for £2.8m cash boost
 
 
Longer Reads
What does the Brexit deal mean for the voluntary sector?
What does the Brexit deal mean for the voluntary sector?
Experts cast their eyes over the 1,200 page document and draw out the key issues UK charities will need to be aware of
 
Digital Edition
Third Sector's Winter 2020/21 issue – available now The digital page turner of our latest issue is now available for subscribers to read Third Sector's Winter 2020/21 issue – available now
 
Comment
Sajda Mughal: BAME-focused funding must continue to grow after the pandemic ends
Sajda Mughal: BAME-focused funding must continue to grow after the pandemic ends
Remedying the issues suffered by BAME communities requires sustained engagement and investment
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: Workplace wellbeing in lockdown This week's episode of the Third Sector podcast looks at how charities can support their employees in the current circumstances Third Sector Podcast: Workplace wellbeing in lockdown
 
Latest Charity Finance Jobs
 
Finance Manager £36,000 - £46,000 per annum (full-time equivalent), ENN’s Head Office in Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 (currently home-based due to COVID-19)
 
Development Manager £40,000, Bristol
 
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) £65,000 per annum, Minsterley, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
 
Partnership Manager £40,943 – £50,447 - Dependent on experience and qualifications, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
 
Finance Manager £34,200, London (Greater)
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