Best of the Blogs: Localism, the Big Society Bank, fundraising and charity cuts

Your round-up of charity-related debate online this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Localism can't happen until the coalition realises a vital piece of the puzzle is missing, says the National Council for Voluntary Organisation’s Oliver Reichardt.

Read Reichardt’s blog

Stephen Bubb talks about how the Big Society Bank is going to be a venture full of potential and possibilities for the sector.

Read Bubb’s blog

Failure to fundraise properly deprives beneficiaries of funds and that is wrong, writes fundraiser Giles Pegram in his post for the Guardian’s Voluntary Sector Network blog.

Read Pegram’s blog

New Philanthropy Capital’s senior analyst Angela Kail says the government and the public are both to blame for charity cuts.

Read Kail’s blog

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