It is quiz time! Let's party like we work at 10 Downing Street (by having a business meeting with cheese, wine and definitely no rule-breaking while the rest of the country stares at their Zoom screens).
There is absolutely no prize, except the warm glow of knowing you spent the last 12 months in our company and gathered a bunch of useless information along the way.
Wrap the tinsel around your head, heat up the mulled wine, get Boris Johnson on a big screen, and ... go
I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!
Jeremy Farrer flounced off of the SAGE committee, which advises the government on Covid-19. He is also the chief executive of which charity?
In November he said he had stepped down to focus on his work at Wellcome
The Royal British Legion. Whoever could have guessed that this might be a bad idea?
A new permanent Charity Commission chair was finally named this month (hello Martin Thomas!) What is the name of the interim chair who kept the seat warm all year?
In November, Civil Society Media staff bravely rescued a momma cat who had got stuck in the roof. How many kittens did we save?
SIX! (Please read all about our derring-do, it was the greatest day of the year by some distance)
What is the average salary for a chief executive at one of the 100 biggest charities in the country (as calculated by Charity Finance magazine)?
£170,000 (up quite sharply on two years ago, after plateauing for many years).
How many people volunteered with charities in 2020-21, according to NCVO’s always-excellent annual almanac?