Best of the blogs: crowd-funding, Acevo's Transition Fund research, political upheaval and air passenger duty exemption

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Although money is tight, crowd-funding can help communities regenerate parts of their towns that are in desperate need, according to Chris Gourlay, chief executive of

Read Gourlay’s blog

Sir Stephen Bubb talks about the leak of Acevo’s Transition Fund research and how the sector now knows about the extent of cuts to charities.

Read Bubb’s blog

The third sector is facing a radical upheaval in its political and economic environment and the goalposts are being moved, says Rob Macmillan, research fellow at the Third Sector Research Centre. 

Read Macmillan’s blog

The government should provide an exemption for charity workers from air passenger duty, says Ajaya Sodhan, chair of the travel firm Key Travel.

Read Sodhan’s blog

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