Best of the blogs: how fundraising has changed, why the sector needs more loans, making use of satisfaction surveys and the sector's use of jargon

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Legacy fundraiser Richard Radcliffe looks at how fundraising has changed over the last 30 years and why the sector should be more brave in its approach to legacy fundraising. 

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The sector needs more straightforward loans, not fancy new finance instruments, writes Sir Stephen Bubb.

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If we really want to measure the impact of thank-you letters and service, shouldn't the sector be making use of satisfaction surveys, asks Craig Linton.

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Aidan Warner, media officer at the NCVO, looks at the sector’s use of jargon and what phrases it should avoid.

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