Best of the blogs: improving the volunteer experience, retaining and recruiting donors, and the sector's role in the A&E crisis

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Charities are missing out by not ensuring a positive experience for their volunteers, writes Russell Findlay, chief executive of the London Youth Games Foundation. 

Read Findlay's blog 

Tony Elischer asks why the sector is failing to retain more than 45 per cent of donors every year.

Read Elischer’s blog

A group of loyal and passionate donors out there are overlooked – the donors who aren’t recruited at all, says fundraiser Margaux Smith.

Read Smith’s blog

Sir Stephen Bubb is suggesting a summit meeting to discuss how the sector can be used to tackle the looming A&E crisis.

Read Bubb’s blog

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