Best of the blogs: government transparency, welcome calls from Stevie Wonder, corporate partnership and five key questions on lobbying

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Acevo chief executive Sir Stephen Bubb argues that the charity sector would find it easier to do its job if the government was more open about its public policy mistakes. 

Read Bubb’s blog

It would be great if Stevie Wonder could telephone all of your new donors and tell them "You Are the Sunshine of My Life", says Paul Tavatgis of Whipbird Consulting – but he's unlikely to be available, so the blog shares some advice on how you can make a great welcome call of your own.

Read Tavatgis’s blog

You’ve finally secured that elusive corporate partnership – so what happens next? Rachel Brown of the Fundraising Collective blog writes about how smaller charities can make sure they get the most out of the relationship.

Read Brown’s blog

Does your charity need to register with the Electoral Commission in order to comply with the requirements of the lobbying act? The NCVO’s senior parliamentary officer, Charlotte Taylor, poses five key questions.  

Read Taylor’s blog

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