14 May 2015
David Davison says charities must act now to convince the government to change the law.
Robert Ashton succeeded in persuading the government to make a positive change to the benefits system. Or so he thought…
Broken bikes are no obstacle for the FRSB's cycle challenge fundraising chief executive. Alistair McLean blogs about days three and four of his journey from Land's End to John O'Groats.
Hey fundraiser, can you spare two minutes to change the way you think? Ken Burnett says thanks to street fundraisers – for everything.
Findings in the new Sunday Times Giving List support Martin Brookes' view that UK fundraisers are not up to standard with high net worth donors, says Vibeka Mair.
I left fundraising after 15 years, and an obsession with outcome measuring above and beyond the immediate impact (oh, and one with "sustainability") played a large part.
FRSB chief executive Alistair McLean is cycling from Lands End to John O’Groats. In the second instalment of his blog chronicling his odyssey, McLean is humbled by generosity and exhausted by hills.
Only a smattering of people bothered to show up at the Public Administration Select Committee hearing on bankers and philanthropy on Tuesday, and those that did were almost unanimous in their sympathy for the poor old bankers. Vibeka Mair was there to hear it all.
John Tate puts in a request to suppliers of accounting software.