Best of the Blogs: 'don't repeat Work Programme failures', minimising fraud, understanding your supporters and focusing on fundraisers

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Ministers must not repeat the failures of the Work Programme when the Probation Service is privatised, says Jocelyn Hillman, chief executive of Working Chance. 

Read Hillman’s blog

Denise Fellows, chief executive of the Honorary Treasurers Forum, explains how charities can minimise fraud.

Read Fellows’s blog

Time spent to get a better understanding of your supporters is absolutely invaluable to good fundraising, argues fundraising trainer and consultant Lucy Gower.

Read Gower’s blog

Are we focusing enough on gaining a maximum return from our fundraisers, asks fundraising consultant Vera Peerdeman.  

Read Peerdeman’s blog

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