Best of the blogs: the efficacy of social impact measurement, becoming more entrepreneurial, the dumbest words used by fundraising consultants and the importance of donor acquisition

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Is it time to admit defeat over social impact measurement, asks James Perry, chief executive of the social investment foundation Panahpur.   

Read Perry’s blog 

Jake Hayman, chief executive of the Social Investment Consultancy, looks at how charities can become more entrepreneurial.    

Read Hayman’s blog 

Roger Craver, editor of the Agitator fundraising blog, picks out the 10 dumbest words that are used by fundraising consultants.

Read Craver’s blog

Donor acquisition is just as important as renewing and upgrading your existing donors, believes Heather Brown, philanthropic counsel at fundraising and communications agency Good Works. 

Read Brown’s blog

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