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Society Diary: Cocks not Glocks and RNLI to the rescue(s)

26 Aug 2016 | Governance

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Society Diary: Cocks not Glocks and RNLI to the rescue(s)

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Invisible Children: from viral to flop

Invisible Children failed to turn its remarkable viral campaign into anything solid on the ground. Kirsty Weakley revisits the issue that few others have.

Donors or dodgers? - the tax relief cap saga so far

Nick Aldridge offers a comprehensive overview of the current state of the tax relief cap debacle.

How to support your own professional development

What if everyone was 10 per cent better at their job? Professional development is something that fundraisers have to take on as a personal responsibility, says Liz Tait.

Photo credit Belathee Photography

Foul play and a lack of transparency is suspected  by Ian Allsop at the PTA pancake-day fundraiser. 

Can't help but think that this issue and many of the other bad news stories to have hit the sector over the last few months are rooted in poor governance.

» The story in the Times isn't nonsense, the sector needs to sit up and take notice

Get out on the picket line

Get involved in the debate about Fred 48, urges Rui Domingues, or rue the consequences.

Charity recruitment - finding the right fit

An effective recruitment process is a must for any high-performing organisation, says John Tate.

Me, doing the accounts, sure, why not?!

Back to the nitty-gritty of running a charity in the UK, Andy Chaggar is finding a steep learning curve arising from a growth in income.

When networking alone is not enough

Voluntary sector people need to step out of their comfort zone and learn the language of business if they are to unlock new income streams, advises Robert Ashton.

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