This edition of Charity Finance marks one year on from the start of the coronavirus pandemic. While charities have had a tough time, we find a sense of survival and some optimism amongst the charities we spoke to.
Also, we have a special feature on impact investment. This includes a look at the latest developments in the area and the story of one charity’s move to adopt impact investment.
In addition, there is a look at whether volunteers should be more prominent in annual report and accounts, the current property issues that charities face and much more.
- Cover theme: One year of the pandemic
- Special feature: Impact investment
- Closing Time
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