Caritas Anchor House has a rich history, marked by their desire to offer hope and support to those who need it most. Established in the 1960s to provide temporary accommodation to out-of-work seafarers, they now provide support to those affected by homelessness.
As you will know in July 2016 the Fundraising Regulator (the “Regulator”) took over from the Fundraising Standards Board, with the objective of “protecting donors to charities based in England and Wales”. In doing so, it assumed responsibility for the Code of Fundraising Practice, which was initially developed by the Institute of Fundraising.
In this week's Briefing, the Fundraising Regulator has announced some changes to the Code of Fundraising Practice; ther Minister for Civil Society has announced that there will be another review of the Social Value Act; the Equality and Human Rights Commission has produced new guidance; and the Department for Communities & Local Government has released a new white paper.