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Protecting children from abuse and neglect is one of the most important responsibilities we have – as a society and as citizens in a democracy. But central government is about to shirk its responsibility and cut off funding for child protection. By 2020, local councils will be expected to rely only on council tax
Poverty and low income is seriously affecting the health of UK children paediatricians are warning. Our survey with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) found almost half of paediatricians who reponded say the problem is getting worse. Any new Government must tackle health inequalities or risk storing up health problems for
Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales Invest Programme Grant Round opens to applications on 22nd May
Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales Invest Programme Grant Round opens to applications on 22nd May The Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales funds small and medium sized charities supporting people experiencing multiple disadvantages through key transition points in their lives to achieve lasting positive outcomes. The Invest Programme provides multiyear grants of
Organisations large and small – including charities – are being urged to protect themselves against cybercrime after new Government statistics found nearly half of all UK organisations suffered a cyber breach or attack in the past 12 months
The Fundraising Regulator has now opened its registration system to charities registered in England and Wales that fall below the £100,000 fundraising levy threshold. This has come as part of a stepped process that saw levy payers registered from October 2016 and former FRSB members registered from February 2017.
Small charities are being urged to act now to ensure their survival after a survey revealed flat levels of income. The report ‘Taking the Pulse of the Small Charity Sector‘ says voluntary income for charities with maximum annual turnovers of £1.5m has risen by just 1 per cent since June 2013. Demand for services