Best of the Blogs: traditional fundraising is 'outdated', sparking community action, the sector's dependence on the state and balancing operational and strategic demands

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Richard Morris, founder of The Giving Machine, wonders if traditional fundraising is outdated and says charities must attract supporters by allowing them to give in a way that is suitable, convenient and effective.

Read Morris’s blog 

Hayley Lever, director of the Community Sports Trust, on how a community association can spark community action.

Read Lever’s blog

Sir Stephen Bubb criticises Charity Commission chair William Shawcross for his recent comments about the sector’s dependence on the state.

Read Bubb’s blog

Helena Sharpstone, a learning and development specialist, shares her top tips on balancing operational and strategic demands to keep your third sector organisation moving forward.

Read Sharpstone’s blog

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