Fundraising Week: conferences, workshops, ideas and inspiration to take your fundraising to the next level
13-17 April 2015, London
Is it possible to lock social goals into the structure of for-profit businesses? The questions has polarised opinion among proponents of the social economy, as Stephen Cook reports
ICNARC Holborn and Covent Garden, London (Greater)
Muslim Hands Whitechapel, London (Greater)
Head of Programme Funding (Maternity cover)
Lay Member Board Role
PARN London (Central), London (Greater)
National CLT Network London (Central), London (Greater)
As winter approaches, Wendy Cotton of charity insurance specialist Markel explains how you can protect your charity against damage by flooding
Maximising security on your premises, using deterrents such as SmartWater and ensuring computer systems are secure can all prevent a theft occuring, says Wendy Cotton, a charity insurance expert at Markel
It’s been a while since I’ve blogged...
This article by Ottavia Spaggiari...
The government was once criticised for its delayed, cancelled and compromised IT projects, but recently there have been some good examples that charities could learn from, says the charity IT expert
Plus: good news from George Osborne, and the Social Enterprise Awards
An increase in employment taxes and VAT could also put the future of some charities under threat, writes our finance expert
The director of finance, planning and performance at the charity says an ability to communicate well is the secret to success as an accountant
When a charity runs into difficulty, its trustees must decide whether to roll up their sleeves and get involved or to hold back and trust the experts, writes our columnist
Advice and tips on how to manage workplace issues and advance your career in the voluntary sector.
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