Best of the blogs: keeping an eye on charity reserves, the young donor donation deficit, the party conferences and analysing data

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Many charities do not keep a close enough eye on whether they have too much or too little money in reserve, says Andy Rich, a partner at chartered accountancy firm HW Fisher & Company. 

Read Rich’s blog

Catherine Miles, the fundraising director at Anthony Nolan, wonders whether there really is a donation deficit among young donors, or if it is actually an engagement problem.

Read Miles’s blog

Sometimes the Conservative Party conference felt more like a voluntary sector conference with a Tory party fringe – and that isn’t such a bad thing, says Karl Wilding, head of policy, research and foresight at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.

Read Wilding’s blog

As analysing data becomes even more important in the corporate world, charities need to look at how they are using their data, says the Advice for Good blog.

Read the Advice for Good blog

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