This month's Charity Finance magazine looks at public service delivery, and whether charities are set for a Carillion-style collapse. It includes advice on how charities can bid for and deliver public service contracts successfully, as well as an article on why smaller charities need a fairer commissioning system.
Elsewhere, there is analysis on why unrestricted grants are so important, and on ways to lead a culture of innovation in your charity.
Finally, our responsible investment special looks at how to get to grips with the issues and how the Joseph Rowntree Foundation divested from fossil fuels.
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- Cover theme: Public service delivery
- Special feature: Responsible investment
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