Best of the blogs: charity fraud, getting the most from community groups, big society and the impact on charities of the new law on cookies

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Recent research into charity fraud revealed that more than half of the respondents think the Bribery Act will not affect them, says Marcus McCaffrey, head of fraud investigations at Baker Tilly.

Read McCaffrey’s blog 

Not-for-profit does not mean compromising on efficiency, so Andy Shooter of the Community Sports Trust picks 10 top tips for ensuring your community group achieves value for money.

Read Shooter’s blog

The miserable London weather sums up beautifully the mood in the third sector as we survey the wreck of the big society idea, says Sir Stephen Bubb.

Read Bubb’s blog

A new law concerning cookies on websites will have big implications for all organisations, including charities, warns marketer John Brunsdon.

Read Brunsdon’s blog

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