Steve Hedley, CEO, goes to Number 10.
Staff members and clients at Slough Homeless Our Concern were treated to a very special visit yesterday afternoon, as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn MP and Slough MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi popped by.
The BBC asked charities to respond to the ASA’s banning of Nottingham anti-begging posters – Read our thoughts below.
Fundraising is about empowering you, not begging … At Trinity our communications and fundraising approach is transactional: we believe we can offer people a chance to take responsibility for their community.
Picture the scene: you have a job, which you go to every day. You do a good job. One day you’re late, because you weren’t feeling well or your bus was stuck in traffic.
Could Kids Company have protected themselves against closure? If this is about funding then it’s a warning to all other charities …
This week BBC One’s Panorama set out to expose ‘unscrupulous landlords getting millions of pounds from the taxpayer for housing people in cramped and poor quality accommodation’, which it certainly did.
Today the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) has reported that rents will rise twice as fast as income, and unless action is taken now 1 in 10 people living in rented homes will be living in poverty.