Best of the blogs: the royal family's support for charities, charitable incorporated organisations, the IEA's 'sock puppet' report, and what you can learn about fundraising from donating

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Joe Saxton, founder of nfpSynergy, asks whether the royal family uses its unique position effectively when it comes to charity patronage.

Read Saxton’s blog

Of all the measures in the Charities Act 2011, introducing charitable incorporated organisations was the most daring – but there are downsides, warns Alison Maclennan, partner and head of charities at Stevens & Bolton LLP.

Read Maclennan’s blog

Toby Blume challenges the findings of the Institute of Economic Affairs’ latest report on how the government ‘lobbies itself’.

Read Blume’s blog

You can learn so much about fundraising from donating, says Lianne Howard-Dace, community fundraiser at Depaul UK.

Read Howard-Dace’s blog

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