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Fundraising Regulator Publishes Tool For Navigating Upcoming Changes To The Code Of Fundraising Practice
In advance of the implementation of the new Code of Fundraising Practice in October, the Fundraising Regulator has published a ‘Mapping the code changes'
UK
8 Aug 2019
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The Charity Commission's Revitalising Trusts Programme Aims To Redirect Funds From Inactive Charities To Community Foundations
The Revitalising Trusts programme aims to provide up to £1 million in grant funding to community charities each year by moving assets from inactive or dormant charitable trusts
UK
8 Aug 2019
3
Increased Awareness Of The Fundraising Regulator And The Code Of Fundraising Practice Improves Trust In Fundraisers
Research commissioned by the Fundraising Regulator (the ‘Regulator') shows that public trust in fundraisers has diminished but can be improved by increased awareness
UK
8 Aug 2019
4
The Charity Tax Commission Publishes Recommendations To Increase The Effectiveness Of Charitable Tax Reliefs
The Charity Tax Commission has published its report into the tax reliefs available to charities, currently worth approximately £5 billion a year
UK
8 Aug 2019
5
Charities, Data Protection Officers, GDPR: Where Are We Now?
On 18 June Withers held a round-table discussion to review one of the key provisions of the GDPR legislation introduced a year ago: the role of the Data Protection Officer
UK
8 Aug 2019
6
Global Tax Transparency And The Nonprofit Sector
Global tax transparency is a pretty easy idea to get behind; in societies with a functioning tax authority, it should be unlawful for a taxpayer to squirrel assets away from proper scrutiny.
United States
2 Aug 2019
7
Avoiding Legal Pitfalls In Charitable Giving In Singapore
Charities in Singapore attracted approximately S$2.9 billion in donations in 2016; however donations only account for 17.3% of the charity sector's 2016
Singapore
17 Jul 2019
8
The IICSA Considers Mandatory Reporting Of Child Sexual Abuse
The IICSA was established in 2014 to investigate how institutions, across society and including charities, have failed and continue to fail in protecting children from sexual abuse.
UK
13 Jun 2019
9
Modern Slavery Statements – A Reminder And Proposals For Reform
The government has released the final report from its independent review into the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the ‘Act'), which was commissioned after the UK Annual Report on Modern Slavery was published in October 2018.
UK
13 Jun 2019
10
Charity Commission Establishes New Whistleblowing Hotline
The Charity Commission has announced on its blog that it has established a whistleblowing hotline in response to recent criticism of how it has handled whistleblowers in the past.
UK
13 Jun 2019
11
Mixed Sponsorship And Donation Income: An Update To VAT Guidance
HMRC has updated its guidance, to recommend how a charity can distinguish between funds that are a mix of sponsorship and donations if the money is received as a mixed payment in relation to VAT.
UK
13 Jun 2019
12
Refusing Or Returning Donations: A Request For Collaboration To Develop Guidance
The Charity Commission is encouraging trustees and other interested parties to collaborate with the Commission to develop a tool to help trustees make decisions regarding refusing or returning donations.
UK
13 Jun 2019
13
The IoF Updates Its GDPR Guidance – What's Changed?
The Institute of Fundraising (the ‘IoF') has updated its guidance, GDPR: The Essentials for Fundraising Organisations ...
UK
4 Jun 2019
14
Giving Big - Making The Most Of Major Donations
Whilst overall charitable giving fell by more than 4% in the UK during 2018 according to the Blackbaud Charitable Giving Report, we are seeing an increase in major donations to charities in this country.
UK
3 Jun 2019
15
Making Grants Overseas – A Refresher On HMRC Rules For Charities
It is a hallmark of the charity sector in the UK that charities may support projects and purposes at home or abroad, and we can trace UK global grant-making back to at least the early 19th century.
UK
29 May 2019
16
Lessons From The Garden Bridge Trust – The Charity Commission's Final Report
The Charity Commission has published its final report in relation to the Garden Bridge Trust, which cancelled plans to deliver the publicly funded "Garden Bridge" in August 2017 and is now
UK
28 May 2019
17
Minimizing (Or Eliminating) US Tax On US Source Income And Legacies For Non-US Charities
American donors may qualify for a US charitable estate tax deduction even if assets are left to a non-US charity provided that the charity has purposes which are charitable in the US
United States
7 May 2019
18
French Legacies - Act Quickly To Save Your Charity 60% Tax
Historically UK charities have faced discrimination preventing them from securing the full value of legacies from French estates.
UK
9 Apr 2019
19
Freedom Of Information Reform – How Could It Affect The Charity Sector?
In January the Information Commissioner's Office (‘ICO') laid a report before Parliament on its proposals for improving and updating freedom of information law in the UK
UK
22 Mar 2019
20
OSCR – Charity Law Consultation
The Scottish Government has opened a consultation on charity law reform, closing on 1 April 2019.
UK
22 Mar 2019
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