Best of the blogs: attracting volunteers, developing female leaders, Scope's bond programme and thanking donors

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

There are plenty of potential volunteers out there but charities must do more to attract the best candidates, says Sam Bacon, UK government relations co-ordinator at Global Poverty Project UK.

Read Bacon’s blog

Charities need to do more to develop female leaders, believes Ian Joseph, managing director of charities and not-for-profits at Russam GMS.

Read Joseph’s blog

Scope’s bond programme is exciting news for the sector, says Sir Stephen Bubb, and he hopes the move will encourage other big national charities to look at this as a way of expanding their work.

Read Bubb’s blog

Charities need to say more than "thank you" to their donors, believes Reuben Turner, creative director of The Good Agency.

Read Turner’s blog

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