Best of the blogs: Big Society Capital, tax relief caps, a debate on the future of the sector and the benefits of using Facebook

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Toby Blume believes the launch of Big Society Capital is not bad news for the sector, but it’s nothing like the good news the government is spinning it to be.

Read Blume’s blog

Restricting tax relief will deter donors and hurt charities, even if it is to prevent fraud, says Asheem Singh, director of strategy and policy at the Impetus Trust.

Read Singh’s blog

The third sector is facing a radical upheaval of its political and economic environment, and we need a strategic debate on the role and future of the voluntary sector, says Rob Macmillan of the Third Sector Research Centre.

Read Macmillan's blog

Facebook pages are a great opportunity to advance your mission and to build a community, but how do you get people to visit them, asks fundraising expert Pamela Grow.

Read Grow's blog

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