Daily News Roundup – 5 September 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Why charities should be worried about the lobbying bill

The Guardian

The proposed legislation could restrict community bloggers as well as community groups, campaign organisations and charities.

FRSB halves membership fees for Small Charities Coalition members

Third Sector

The Fundraising Standards Board is giving charities that are members of the Small Charities Coalition 50% off its membership fees.

Updated: CCGs could take over support units

Health Service Journal 

NHS England could allow clinical commissioning groups to take ownership of their support service providers, rather than let the units be moved into the private sector.

Charity lotteries raise record £150m in one year

Civil Society

Charity lotteries in 2012/13 raised more than £150m, a 50% increase on two years earlier. 

Francis House: A symbol of hope

Manchester Evening News

The Manchester Evening News is supporting Francis House in raising £1m to double the size of the hospice. 

Chief Executive steps up to lead hospice forward

Wetherby News

Martin House Children’s Hospice has this week announced the appointment of Angela Monaghan as its Chief Executive.

EastEnders actor Shane Ritchie wins cash for Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice in Barnet on That Puppet Game Show

This is Local London

EastEnders actor Shane Ritchie has won £10,000 for a High Barnet children’s hospice when he competed on a BBC One game show.

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