ACEVO in the News

Charities are not doing very well on equal pay
Third Sector, p. 58, Unattributed, 01/01/16
is not immune to gender pay discrimination. The government does not collect consolidated pay data for the third sector, so we have to look at published pay surveys. The 2014/15 Acevo pay survey for chief executive and senior management team roles only) found that Gill Taylor is a sector HR consultant to the survey were male, but women were in
 
 
Commission looks into complaints about True and Fair Foundation
Civil Society (Web), Kirsty Weakley, 18/12/15
at least 65 per cent of their income on the cause and highlighted out a number of large charities for not meeting this threshold.   The report was condemed by NCVO, Acevo and the shadow minister for Civil Society, Anna Turley. The Charity Commission described its analysis as “flawed”. Most of the charities named issued statements disputing the way their details
 
 
 
When it is politic just to keep shtum
Third Sector, p. 57, Unattributed, 01/01/16
department, it is plain to me that there are major potential benefits to a disadvantaged group if I curb my natural tendency to blab. Which brings me (almost) neatly to Sir Stephen Bubb, distinguished champion of our Peter Stanford is a writer and broadcaster, and was a charity chair for more than 20 years sector. In a recent interview celebrating
 
The stories of the month
Third Sector, p. 10, Unattributed, 01/01/16
at the Charity Finance Group, said the report was “not a true reflection of the way charities operate and a misunderstanding of the way that charities report on their activities” Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of the charity leaders body Acevo, said: “The report disregards the idea that you have to spend money in crucial areas such as creating professional
 
Adapt Or Die
Third Sector, p. 40, Unattributed, 01/01/16
the fundraising scandal after the death of Olive Cooke and the collapse of Kids Company – the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee’s report on Kids Company is due soon. Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, says Kids Company has been a “warning for all charities about the need for effective leadership and good governance”. But despite the gloomy
 
Cabinet Office looks to create #1bn dormant assets fund
ThirdSector (Web), Unattributed, 19/12/15
give the funds to those who need it. I have no doubt that Nick is going to present a cast-iron plan to help charities in the years ahead.”    Sir Stephen Bubb, the chief executive of the charity leaders’ network Acevo , described the creation of the potential new  fund as promising news for charities “after a year of
 
 
When it is politic just to keep shtum
ThirdSector (Web), Unattributed, 17/12/15
it is plain to me that there are major potential benefits to a disadvantaged group if I curb my natural tendency to blab.    Which brings me (almost) neatly to Sir Stephen Bubb, distinguished champion of our sector. In a recent interview celebrating 15 years in charge of Acevo, he put up a stout defence of his trademark approach of
 
 
Annual roundup: Fundraising self-regulation
Civil Society (Web), Ian Allsop, 15/12/15
in the sector stepped into the debate. William Shawcross, chair of the Charity Commission, said that the Olive Cooke affair was a “crisis” for the sector, and was rebuked by Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, for undermining charities. A few days later Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO, said that the responsibility for setting the Code should
 

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