After a month off in August, Charity Finance is back with a focus on charitable foundations. We lead off with an examination by the Association of Charitable Foundations of how models for giving have developed in recent years, before hearing from the Garfield Weston Foundation on why it is highly rated for its grant-giving approach.
Elsewhere, this month's magazine features Charity Finance magazine's biennial top 100 finance director survey, which finds that after a decade of little change, more women are taking finance director roles at the largest 100 charities.
And there is a special feature on risk and insurance, including articles on why your charity must prepare both for the expected and the unexpected, and how "deep dives" can give you a better understanding of the risks facing your charity.
The interview this month is with Loyd Grossman and Andrew Scattergood from the Royal Parks charity, who reveal how they have found being independent from government.
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- Cover theme: Foundation strategy
- Survey: Top 100 finance directors
- Special feature: Risk and insurance
- The Charity Awards: Past winners
- Closing time
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