Charity sector

UNICEF achieves savings of $363m
The Salvation Army has over 1,000 UK centres, to support care of the elderly, homelessness, addiction, life skills and more
Case study: helping the Salvation Army's centres spend well
Pope Francis has hired a new head of procurement to introduce an 'attitude of renewal' and transparency ©Getty Images
Can compliant procurement fix the Pope’s financial crisis?
The charity has 650 churches around the UK that provide community services © View Pictures/Getty Images
Flexibility crucial in tailoring procurement across services
The charity provide free social care services including food and shelter for the homeless. © AFP/Getty Images
Salvation Army 'goes beyond' by partnering with suppliers
CIPS Foundation is supporting Womanity, with supply chains playing a vital role ©Womanity.org
Good supply chains save lives
“The moment I think everything has been thrown at us, something even more unusual pops up,” says Marc Dial. ©Cressida jade
Interview: Buying bat consultants and Tudor tents
“The ethos of the museum is to create advocates for the planet,” Andrew Davies. ©Peter Spinney
Andrew Davies: procuring for posterity
National Trust's Procurement Director advocated being a leader in procurement because “people follow people”. © Matt Cardy/Getty Images
Public buyers 'can learn from charity sector'
Why the RNLI brought lifeboat manufacturing in-house
Comic Relief launches probe into Spice Girls T-shirt working conditions
Redistributing half of surplus food could save UK £500m