Best of the Blogs: charities 'need a lifeline', a campaign against the third sector, digital fundraising and public sector cuts

Your round-up of charity-related debate online this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Bad timing has trapped charities that need a lifeline in this harsh financial climate, says New Philantrophy Capital's Iona Joy in her blog for The Guardian.

Read Joy’s blog 

Stephen Bubb believes it is beginning to look like there is a concerted campaign to attack the charity sector for daring to speak out about cuts.

Read Bubb’s blog

Jonathon Grapsas asks why charities aren't doing more digital fundraising.

Read Grapsas’s blog

Changes can be seen in charities, local government and the wider public sector amid public spending cuts, says Craig Dearden-Phillips.

Read Dearden-Phillips’s blog

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