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Charities receive over £32 million from dormant trusts

Future funding is today announced for a programme that takes funds lying dormant in the accounts of inactive or ineffective charities and puts them...

Brunelcare open outdoor space to visitors

Brunelcare's Deerhurst Care Home, as of 1st July, has allowed visitors into the gardens of their care home to finally reunite their loved ones...

Plans to support international students despite 50% drop in numbers

FRIENDS International announced today that it is accelerating plans to support international students as they return to universities in September 2020, despite forecasts predicting...

BHF urges the nation to get active as lockdown lifts to help improve health

EXERCISE and the great outdoors have taken a backseat as Brits have increased their gaming, phone time and TV during the lockdown, according to...

Teens with cancer missing out on vital psychological support

VULNERABLE young people currently shielding are missing out on vital psychological support, sparking fears for their long-term health and prompting calls from leaders in...

Leading charities fear transparency will be lost following DFID and FCO merger

Action Aid responds This week’s announcement to merge the Department for International Development with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office will sabotage the UK’s ability to...

1 in 3 adults with cystic fibrosis also living with diabetes, cutting lives even shorter

1 in 3 adults with cystic fibrosis is also living with diabetes caused by their condition, leading to poorer lung function and a shorter...

Christian Aid responds to prospect of DFID losing its independence

CHRISTIAN Aid has responded to widespread reporting that the Department for International Development (DFID) will be stripped of its independence and folded into the...

Four out of five people not aware those with cystic fibrosis cannot meet in person

Four of out five (81 per cent) people are not aware those with cystic fibrosis cannot meet others with the condition as they could...

New report on Yemen and explosive weapons – A death sentence for civilians

HUMANITY & Inclusion has released its new report 'Death Sentence to Civilians: The Long-Term Impact of Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas in Yemen' that...

Finally, some excitement as Charity Today Awards 2020 finalists are announced!

THE nationally-acclaimed Charity Today Awards has announced details of this year’s finalists in each of the awards’ categories. The finalist announcement comes with further...

Historic England announces COVID-19 Heritage at Risk Fund

HISTORIC England has launched a second emergency fund to support the heritage sector recovery from the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. The fund, which will...
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Hestia crowned Charity Today Awards’ Health & Social Care Award winners

CRISIS charity Hestia, a housing and support charity, is the first of our finalists to win one of this year’s ten Charity Today Award...

New charity launches to provide legal aid to the social care sector

ACCESS Social Care, the United Kingdom's first charity to provide legal support to the social care sector, has officially launched. The charity provides legal...

New Lords committee to map nation’s thinking on life beyond COVID-19

THE newly established House of Lords COVID-19 Committee agreed today that its first piece of work would be to collect views on what will...
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