Best of the blogs: bridging the fundraising generation gap, fundraising costs, tax hikes on charity shops and encouraging fundraising talent

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Charities must use a multichannel approach to engage with supporters of all ages, writes Martin Campbell, director of innovation and strategy at Blackbaud Europe.  

Read Campbell’s blog

Fundraising costs are not a measure of a charity's effectiveness, says Pesh Framjee, head of the not-for-profit unit at Crowe Clark Whitehill.

Read Framjee’s blog 

The Welsh government’s proposals for a tax hike on charity shops are state-sponsored lunacy, argues Sir Stephen Bubb.  

Read Bubb’s blog 

Don’t let the economy stall the rise of fundraising talent, pleads Bruce Tait, chief executive of voluntary sector recruitment specialist Bruce Tait Associates. 

Read Tait’s blog

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