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We know, we know. You love your job, wouldn’t dream of leaving your organisation. Of course. But, just in case you’d been toying with the idea of a freelance career, Kevin Waudby shares some things you need to do and keep in mind before taking the plunge.
Different types of fundraising require different return on investment ratios, right? Wrong, says Giles Pegram.
When JustGiving launched more than a decade ago, it may scarcely have imagined the fundraising juggernaut it was to become. With the market now full of big-name players, Celina Ribeiro looks at the rise of online sponsorship, and whether there is growth in it yet.
Douglas Rouse joined Save the Children as director of corporate partnerships just over two years ago, and since then income has skyrocketed. The ex-City man talks to civilsociety.co.uk about charities getting better at targeting companies – and saying no.
Now that 2011 is firmly under our belt, what will 2012 mean for fundraisers? Five leaders in fundraising discuss what the year ahead might bring.
When is a donation not a gift? When HMRC gets involved.
Well-structured management accounts will get your board onside. Geoffrey Barnett explains how it’s done.
Vibeka Mair charts the apparently unstoppable rise in the popularity of social enterprise.
One of the mysteries of the Charity Business saga has been how social action charity Cambridge House managed to come by the electronic and paper records of all the clients. In an exclusive interview with Tania Mason, Cambridge House chief executive Clare Gilhooly tells all – or at least, almost all...
Following Wikimedia UK's registration as a charity last year, Tom Murdoch discusses the implications for the sector.
A chief executive suggests ways to deal with the offensive behaviour of trustees.
Katharine Moss explains the key elements of a successful risk management process.
A chief executive and charity offer advice to the leadership of a membership charity under pressure from a small number of unruly members.
Annual financial audits are expensive in terms of money, staff time, and board attention. Dennis Walsh tells us how to wring the most value out of them.
A fundraiser has been keeping goods donated as prizes for herself. Simon Morrison of the Institute of Fundraising advises the chairman what to do about it.
Once again, we asked IT suppliers for their predictions on how IT in the charity sector will change over the next year. Here are their responses.
Consumers have embraced smartphone technology but the charity sector is lagging behind. Dani Muir explains how charities should harness mobile technology as part of a joined-up marketing strategy.
New regulations on how website owners can track and monitor user behaviour are due to come into effect soon. Adrian Cutcliffe discusses what the new cookie law might mean for charities.
New regulations which will affect all Scottish charity websites have been tabled in the Scottish Parliament and will take effect from 1 May 2012. Gavin McEwan explains.
In a world where charities are increasingly outsourcing to external providers, Gareth Jones examines what the future might hold for IT departments.