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Best of the Blogs: Eric Pickles, fundraising, PR and the big society

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

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Stephen Bubb stresses the importance of the announcement by communities secretary Eric Pickles that he could use the law to prevent councils from cutting their voluntary sector budgets disproportionately.

Read Bubb’s blog

"May change mind" are arguably the most important words in fundraising when thinking about donors, according to Jonathon Grapsas.

Read Grapsas’s blog

Fundraisers need to give more thought to PR, particularly when money’s tight, according to communications expert Lisa Pettifer.

Read Pettifer’s blog

Cameron's big society will strengthen the market, but not local communities, warns Sheffield University professor of social policy Alan Walker and doctoral researcher Steven Corbett in a blog for The Guardian.

Read Walker and Corbett’s blog

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