Best of the blogs: sharing internal evidence, poor customer care, research on charities' fears for the future, quality versus quantity in volunteering

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs
Funders could help charities to be more cost-effective by sharing their internal evidence, says Jonathan Breckon, manager of the Alliance for Useful Evidence.  

Read Breckon’s blog

Fundraising expert Lucy Gower on why she was induced to cancel a long-standing direct debit to a charity after becoming upset at its poor level of customer care.  

Read Gower’s blog

Karl Wilding, head of policy at the NCVO, says it's not surprising that recent research shows nearly one in 10 charities does not believe it will exist in five years.  

Read Wilding’s blog 

Quality is just as important as quantity in volunteering, says Nick Ockenden, head of the Institute for Volunteering Research. 

Read Ockenden’s blog

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