Best of the blogs: impact reporting, cloud computing, the tax relief cap and chugging

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs
Charities need to tailor impact reporting to their needs and ensure it is fully embedded within the organisation, according to Katherine Smithson, policy and public affairs officer at the Charity Finance Group. 

Read Smithson’s blog

Cloud computing can improve a charity’s efficiency by allowing staff to access IT systems from remote locations and be more confident about data security, says David Sturges, chief executive of Workplacelive.

Read Sturges’s blog

Sir Stephen Bubb has urged the Charity Commission to act to stop public trust being undermined by the government’s comments that there are ‘dodgy charities’ that rich people are using to avoid paying tax.

Read Bubb’s blog

Maybe it’s time for charities to rethink chugging and come up with a more innovative approach, says the Advice for Good blog.

Read the Advice for Good blog

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