As well as this website, we cover the sector in print through three specialist titles - Charity Finance, Fundraising and Governance & Leadership magazines. An introduction to each follows, along with a sample digital issue.

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Charity Finance

… for finance directors, chief executives, chairs and trustees.

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We know that the decisions you make are the decisions that make the difference. That’s why in each issue of Charity Finance we go deep into subjects to keep you informed: who to manage your investment funds; how much you should be paying your auditor; the legal firms offering the best value for money; the new IT tools to adopt (or avoid); the new tax regulations you need to prepare for; whether others are getting a better banking service...

There’s a reason we’ve been going for 21 years. 

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... for fundraising directors, their teams and their advisors

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In this climate the informed fundraiser is more crucial than ever. You’ll find a lot of them reading Fundraising. Perhaps it’s to get funding tips from our regular catch-up with philanthropists, foundations and corporates? Maybe it’s our in-depth analysis of the trends unlocking the best RoIs? Or might it be our interviews with leading fundraising directors?

We like to think it’s all these things.

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Governance & Leadership

… for chairs, trustees, chief executives, company secretaries and the executive team.

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The modern charity sector is facing unprecedented challenges; trustees and executive leaders are being called on to rebuild public trust and demonstrate that they are making real impact, while also committing to the highest standards of transparency and value for money. Regulations and best practice are changing, forcing charities to take a new approach to critical issues. Governance & Leadership magazine explores these challenges, sparks debate and highlights emerging best practice on all aspects of charity governance and leadership.   

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