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When trustees let charitable activities take a back seat to fundraising

When trustees let charitable activities take a back seat to fundraising
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When trustees let charitable activities take a back seat to fundraising

Governance | Neal Green | 24 Aug 2011

A series of Charity Commission investigations informs this article by Neal Green, the regulator's senior policy advisor, who warns that charities can easily get caught up spending all their resources on fundraising, rather than their stated purpose.

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September 2011

September 2011