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Third Sector
Management Bulletin 28th May 2022
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Top Story
Raleigh International closes with immediate effect
Raleigh International closes with immediate effect
Almost 50 jobs have been lost and young people who have spent months fundraising for expeditions have had them cancelled at short notice
 
1 Tributes paid to charity leader hit by car while out jogging
 
2 Soaring inflation could be worse for the sector than the Covid-19 pandemic, charities warned
 
3 NCVO launches scheme aimed at examining power and integrity in the voluntary sector
 
4 The Information Charity ads blocked after erectile dysfunction drug confusion
 
5 Regulator winds up charity that funded hate speech
 
6 The Information National Lottery Community Fund given advice by ICO after data breach
 
7 Complaints about adverts from non-commercial organisations up by more than quarter
 
8 Government in contact with Victoria and Albert Museum over allegations against trustees
 
9 Charities invited to apply to appear in feature spot on new radio station
 
10 Former Unicef UK chief helping to set up charity funded by Chelsea FC sale
 
 
People
The Information Mayor's Fund for London reveals new chief Mayor's Fund for London reveals new chief
 
Awards
KPMG crowned Business of the Year at the Business Charity Awards
KPMG crowned Business of the Year at the Business Charity Awards
The company won the prize for its work over the past decade with the National Literacy Trust
 
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Opinion
Jay Kennedy: Evolution or revolution at the Charity Commission?
Jay Kennedy: Evolution or revolution at the Charity Commission?
There were clues in his maiden speech as to how Orlando Fraser will chair the regulator
 
Penny Wilson: Do older, white, well-off professionals make better trustees? The single biggest misconception in trustee recruitment is that there is a choice between diversity or skills Penny Wilson: Do older, white, well-off professionals make better trustees?
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: The charity sector’s class problem
Third Sector Podcast: The charity sector’s class problem
Rebecca and Emily speak to Alan Lally-Francis, head of influencing at Acevo, about improving social mobility in the sector
 

 
Email Marketing Manager £32,629 - £36,254 (London) or £29,424 - £33,049 (Home-based), London (Greater)
 
Action for Nature Manager £32,601 - £39,586, CV3 3GA, Coventry
 
'Executive Director' - The Big Draw £40-45k FTE pro rata plus 25 holidays (pro rata) and 8% pension - 4 days a week role, London
 
CSAN Research and Programmes Officer £30,000, London (Greater)
 
Chief Executive ADASS £105,000 - £130,000 pro-rata, City of Westminster, Central London

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