Charities that receive money from EU structural and investment funds will be hit hard by Brexit, according to a House of Lords committee.Read the full story ›
The Olympic cyclist is sleeping under the stars to raise money for a new village for the homeless.Read the full story ›
David Gray, Steve Harley and KT Tunstall are just some of the big names associated with the new single, released in December.Read the full story ›
Support the Heroes has also been ordered to suspend fundraising and had its assets frozen while the regulator investigates.Read the full story ›
One train operator is turning passengers' unclaimed lost property into charitable donations.Read the full story ›
A DJ has completed a 24-hour set behind the decks, raising tens of thousands of pounds for cancer research in the process.Read the full story ›
After completing four marathons in four days, the comedian has visited a hospital in South Africa.Read the full story ›
Charities have been warned they are on their last chance to "put their house in order" if they are to avoid statutory regulation.Read the full story ›
Large charities may be forced to sign up to a new watchdog under changes being introduced by the Government to tackle rogue fundraisers.
Charities will at first be given the opportunity to voluntarily sign up to the new regulatory system but ministers will have the power to compel them if they fail to protect supporters from undue pressure to donate to good causes.
The new fundraising watchdog is aimed at making sure large charities stick to a strict code of good practice, including protecting the identity of donors.
Under the new regime anyone who is inundated with fundraising marketing material from charities will be able to press "reset" and stop receiving this material.
A pensioner tells ITV News of her struggle to cope with the dozens of fundraising letters and phone calls she is bombarded with every week.Read the full story ›