Active travel charity Sustrans Scotland has awarded more than £15m in Scottish Government funding for the creation of walking and cycling infrastructure in the country over the next year.
Almost a third of over 80s are receiving inadequate care and support, warns charity as they call on the major political parties to put social care at the heart of their election manifestos.
Local government cuts have hit charities as new figures reveal the charitable sector can expect to see ‘little rise’ in government income.
The newly elected mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has donated 15% of his salary to help eradicate homeless in the region.
Birmingham City Council has reached an agreement that will see a reduction in the number of charity fundraisers in the city centre.
The Homelessness Reduction Act has put homelessness on the agenda again. William Eichler visits a charity to learn how they are tackling the issue in London.
Local authorities have key role in ‘stamping out’ bad debt collection practices by bailiffs by ensuring fair treatment, charities say.
This May thousands of teachers and children across the country will celebrate the benefits walking brings during Walk to School Week (15 – 19 May).
A coalition of three charities have been awarded lottery funding to help expand support for people with multiple needs across England over the next five years.
The NSPCC has reported more than 20,000 concerns over substance abuse near children to the police and children’s services over the past three years.