Best of the blogs: the Olympic underspend, maximising television presence, marking out fundraisers with potential and what the sector can learn from the Give it Back, George campaign

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

It's time we demanded that the money taken for the Olympics from the Big Lottery Fund be repaid, says Joe Irvin, chief executive of Navca.

Read Irvin’s blog

Charities need to optimise their television presence and use TV appearances to reach supporters, advises Ed Cox, managing director of Reason Digital.

Read Cox’s blog

Catherine Miles, fundraising director at Anthony Nolan, highlights the three things that mark out fundraisers with potential.

Read Miles’s blog

Key lessons can be learnt from the Give it Back, George campaign, including the importance of having clear objectives and targets, according to Chloe Stables, parliamentary and media manager at the NCVO.

Read Stables’s blog

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