Friday, July 16, 2004 News - Entertainment - Rankin's novel aid for charity
Charity with $240 million to make big push for funds / Guide Dogs for the Blind criticized
The Independent Complaints Reviewer to the Charity Commission has published her annual report. Read it here:

The Directory of Social Change is re-running the most popular seminars from its sell-out charity management conference on July 26. Find out more and book here (pdf):

There's just a fortnight left to have your say on the Charity Commission's draft guidance on campaigning and political activities by charities - consultation closes on July 30. Read the draft guidance and respond here:

Simple Tools, Successful Strategies, NCVO Third Sector Foresight Conference | Society | Break the monopoly
As a conference kicks off today on the future of the voluntary sector, Karl Wilding says small and medium-sized charities need to build links and promote their activities to ensure their survival in the shadow of the big names

Thursday, July 15, 2004 | Society Guardian | Feathers fly in Peacock grillingCharity Commission head faces Milburn over public benefit test
Northwest Now, The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, USA
Church tries to distance itself from archdiocese, fearing fundraising drive will suffer
The Bristol Press
Youthful volunteers get council’s blessing

Recycling as a Matter of Give and Take (
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Indictment adds to ethical headaches for governor
Effective estate planning makes good sense - Delaware Coast Press -
Catonsville Times

Resentment lingers over new church supper rules
Rockford Register Star - Rockford's Newspaper and Website - Local & State News
Rockford College gears up to boost nonprofits
Edmonton Journal - network
Sept. 11 charity work urged
PRESS RELEASE: First Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP) Graduates at The American College : Summit delivers tax law gospel