This page brings together the latest news and blogs for charity facilities managers.
Worthing has secured £48,500 from the Government’s Coastal Revival Fund to kick-start a five year renovation programme for the town’s iconic Pavilion Theatre.
Arts Council England has launched a new independent land trust bringing together public, philanthropic and social investment funds to support affordable creative workspaces for artists.
The Creative…Read more
The Charity Retail Association says it is delighted to get government confirmation that charity shops will still be allowed to sell second hand goods marked with the CE label if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal.
The CE label shows that goods confirm with health, safety,…Read more
The Architectural Heritage Fund has launched a new £7m loan fund that that will help charities deliver economic and social impact from re-using heritage buildings.
The Heritage Impact Fund will offer tailored loan…Read more
Arts Council England has published a guide to help arts and cultural organisations prepare for the UK exiting from the European Union without a withdrawal agreement.
This document provides information on Brexit implications for the arts, museums and libraries. It provides references to…Read more
A survey of Charity Finance Group (CFG) members and charity leaders has revealed that 92% have either a partial understanding or no understanding about what a no-deal outcome would mean for their charity.
The survey found that over a third of…Read more
Small charities are optimistic about their prospects in 2019, despite increasing uncertainty. The majority (84%) of small charity chiefs expect to maintain or increase organisational income in 2019 and over three quarters say they plan to help more people.
But at the same time, as two…Read more
Community groups can bid for funds to make a new small ‘pocket park’ or to refurbish an existing park under a new scheme opened by the government.Read more