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Third Sector
Management Bulletin 25th January 2021
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St John Ambulance chief apologises to bullied staff and volunteers and vows to do better
St John Ambulance chief apologises to bullied staff and volunteers and vows to do better
Martin Houghton-Brown says he wants people to leave the charity 'with their head held high and feel that they can return'
 
1 St John Ambulance volunteers say bullying complaints were 'swept under the rug'
 
2 RSPCA pledges to put partnership working at the heart of its new strategy
 
3 Nine in 10 charity workers have felt stress, overwhelm or burnout over the past year, survey shows
 
4 Supporting the mental health of frontline charity workers 'must be a national priority'
 
5 London Marathon plans 100,000-participant hybrid event and overhauls controversial bond system
 
6 Charities might need to abandon medium-term strategy due to pandemic uncertainty, NCVO warns
 
7 Regulator's focus on serving the public interest 'not a passing fashion', its chief executive says
 
8 Registration deadline for thousands of excepted charities extended by 10 years
 
9 Older people's charity lands £1m partnership
 
10 Change to Gift Aid on tickets sold for cancelled charity events made permanent
 
 
People
Children's charity unveils new chief executive Children's charity unveils new chief executive
 
Former accountant appointed to Charity Commission board Former accountant appointed to Charity Commission board
 
From the Magazine
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
 
Opinion
Sanjiv Lingayah: This should be the year that funders get serious about racial justice
Sanjiv Lingayah: This should be the year that funders get serious about racial justice
Funders must invest in long term support strategies for a racial justice movement powerful enough to transform society
 
Paul Streets: Small charities must not be forgotten once Covid-19 is behind us In a post-pandemic world, will compassion fatigue only stretch so far? Paul Streets: Small charities must not be forgotten once Covid-19 is behind us
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: What does the Brexit deal mean for charities?
Third Sector Podcast: What does the Brexit deal mean for charities?
This week's episode of the Third Sector podcast examines the implications of the Brexit deal for the voluntary sector
 
Latest Charity Management Jobs
 
Information Systems Manager £41,526 - £49,553 per annum, University of Warwick, Coventry
 
Director of Local Services £48,438, New Anstey House, Gateway Drive, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7XY (mostly from home during lockdown)
 
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)
 
Chief Executive £34,000 - £40,000 for a four-day working week, Suffolk
 
Chair Unremunerated, Lincolnshire
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