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The Charities SORP is guidance for those preparing charities accounts, which details the legal requirements and best practice for producing accounts. We detailed in July the early stages of the engagement process for the next SORP, now trustees are being asked to take part in a survey to help develop the next version of the accounting rules.
A £1.4m fund has opened for charities to increase access to key services and activities that have been impacted by lockdown or social distancing.
The Chartered Institute of Fundraising, the professional membership body for UK fundraising, has launched new branding and a website redesign.
Charities with more data “find it easier to unlock government money”, Baroness Barran, the minister for civil society said at the NPC Ignites conference.
Cybercrime, and ransomware, in particular, impacts charities in a number of ways; hackers are donating funds to charities, stolen from companies across the globe. Cybercrime group Darkside says it “wants to make the world a better place” and has donated 0.88 bitcoin – worth $10,000 – to 2 charities.