Suzie Who

Suzie Who

Suzie Who is a senior fundraiser for a top-100 UK charity who is writing under a pseudonym so she can lift the lid on contentious issues around fundraising and beyond without jeopardising her employer's reputation. She will use her unique insider’s perspective to challenge the sector to examine its methods and up its game - and of course to give credit where credit is due.

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Project Prevention or Project Eugenics - the campaign to sterilise addicts

The offer of cash to UK addicts who agree to be sterilised by a US charity is so wrong Suzie Who barely knows where to begin.

Dispatches misses the point in London Marathon story

Unsurprisingly organisers of the London Marathon are outraged by the recent Dispatches programme.

The ultimate legacy dilemma

The dilemma facing GirlGuiding Scotland is fascinating. We are all used to watching charities struggle with whether or not to accept donations from certain companies whose motivations may not be entirely honourable, but it is rare to see this kind of debate over legacy pledges.

Rivalry in advertising will help no charities

New codes of practice relating to advertising mean that charities could soon be running campaigns comparing ourselves favourably against direct competitors, but the sector deserves more than cheap shots.

Clever move by DEC, or the triumph of internal politics?

I hear on the grapevine that Disasters Emergency Committee has appointed a fundraising manager. And in a shock move they have selected someone with no experience of fundraising.

Crisis or opportunity? The case for mergers

It is interesting to see that Crisis are yet again in merger discussions. The number of mergers we are seeing in the sector can only be a good thing even if they are driven by necessity.

Best job in the world

It is encouraging to see so many charities make it into the line up of best companies to work for, but for many fundraisers disillusionment can come as part of the job.

Pratting about - the National Bullying Helpline scandal

The breach of confidentiality at the National Bullying Helpline undermines the organisation's ability to fulfill its charitable purpose. The charity does not exist to play party politics.

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Learning from history

3 Oct 2014

With the emergence of the cloud, the number of accounting software options is growing fast – just as...

Brooks Newmark: a knit wit?

2 Oct 2014

Ian Allsop returned from holiday to find many in the sector already needled by Brooks Newmark. This article...

It’s not the minister who counts

1 Oct 2014

Writing for Charity Finance magazine, which went to press before Brooks Newmark resigned as minister for...

Councils need to stop trying to control everything and respect the community sector’s independence

23 Oct 2014

Richard Bridge examines the relationships between local authorities and community groups. This article...

Civil society organisations across Europe are seeing their independence come under threat

20 Oct 2014

Voluntary organisations across Europe are coming under pressure from governments not to campaign on issues,...

Focus on ‘independence’ should not distract us from the fact that charities should deliver more public services

15 Oct 2014

Sir Stephen Bubb says that the voluntary sector needs to be at the heart of designing and delivering public...