Best of the blogs: social enterprise, confidence in charities, the Olympic opening ceremony and studying past fundraising campaigns

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Charities can ill afford to shun social enterprise, argues Duncan Thorp, parliamentary, policy and communications officer at Social Enterprise Scotland.

Read Thorp’s blog

Public trust and confidence in charities remain high, but charities must not be complacent, says Sam Younger, chief executive of the Charity Commission.

Read Younger’s blog

One of the best features of the Olympic opening ceremony was the celebration of the country's civil society, according to Sir Stephen Bubb.

Read Bubb’s blog

We can achieve better fundraising results if we study the successes of the past for inspiration, says Lucy Gower, a trainer and fundraising consultant.

Read Gower’s blog

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