Best of the Blogs: measuring social impact, women on boards of charities, community organising and selling in stories

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

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Measuring social impact has taken off, but without addressing structural problems in the sector, says Tris Lumley, head of strategy at New Philanthropy Capital.

Read Lumley’s blog

Richard Williams, director of enterprise and development at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, asks why are there so few women on the boards of British charities.

Read Williams’s blog

Toby Blume believes there is widespread confusion about what community organising is, how it differs from other approaches such as community development and what it has in common with them.

Read Blume’s blog

The Charity Celebrity blogger says PR teams working with charities shouldn’t just have a story to give to the media, but an item that is fully formed and which fits the format of the programme. 

Read Charity Celebrity blog

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