Best of the blogs: advice on borrowing, volunteering for young people, becoming a fundraising consultant and creating an effective volunteer board

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Remma Mathur, an associate solicitor at Stone King, says charities that want to borrow money should understand that the type of loan needed depends on what it will be used for.

Read Mathur’s blog 

Volunteering enables young people to take part in well-managed activities that might otherwise be considered too adventurous, says Sally Higham, chief executive of RunAClub.

Read Higham’s blog 

Ramses Man and Vera Peerdeman look at the criteria fundraisers should consider before becoming fundraising consultants.

Read Man and Peerdeman’s blog 

Ken Burnett picks out the 10 essentials for effective volunteer board.

Read Burnett’s blog

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