The cover feature of July's Charity Finance magazine is on religion in the charity sector, which looks at how closely faith charities are connected with their roots and how faith influences the wider sector.
This month's magazine also looks at whether charities have settled for a quiet life when it comes to reserves, and how Bloodwise has built a strategic risk model to support its planning.
The interview is with Paul Streets, chief executive of the Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales, who spoke about the foundation's new strategy and how the grant-maker plans to help small charities.
Elsewhere in the magazine is this year's Pooled Funds Survey, and opinion pieces on topics including how bad bosses ruin lives, and why charity business models break.
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