What's in June 2018's issue of Charity Finance magazine?

01 Jun 2018 In-depth

A squeezed middle? Tracking the state of the sector's finances

The cover feature for June's Charity Finance magazine is the state of the sector's finances, which looks at whether medium-sized charities are faring worse than larger organisations. It also includes an analysis revealing that charities are still subsidising public contracts with other forms of income. 

Elsewhere we publish the 2018 Charity Banking Survey, which looks at whether government encouragement of smaller challenge banks will herald the end to the big four's monopoly, an opinion piece about why senior leaders must make sure they look after themselves, and an article on the alternative to charities' outdated model for IT. 

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Cover theme: State of the sector's finances




Survey: Banking 2018


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