Pauline Broomhead

Pauline Broomhead

Founding CEO, The FSI

Pauline Broomhead is the founding CEO of the Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI), a charity focussed on arming small charities with free learning opportunities to secure a sustainable future.

Pauline's career has seen her work on campaigns with many of the most high-profile charities in the UK and abroad.

Today, Pauline uses this experience to deliver training, development and consultancy services to the small charity sector through her work at the FSI which has helped thousands of small charities to improve their operations and maximise fundraising opportunities.

 

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Pauline Broomhead

Charities with income of less than £25,000 a year reap multiple benefits from registering with the Charity Commission, says Pauline Broomhead.

Small charities do good too, you know!

Small charities are currently underrepresented and undervalued. It is time their work was more widely celebrated and their voice heard, argues Pauline Broomhead.

Lord Hodgson

Small charities have been the losers in the Hodgson review of the Charities Act, says Pauline Broomhead. From making it easier for large charities to pay for trustees to raising the limit for charities having to register with the Charity Commission.

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