Best of the blogs: using social media, service delivery, Komen for the Cure and remembering how great the sector is

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs
Social media is a good tool, but you need a plan to make it work, according to John Suart, a charity communications expert.

Read Suart’s blog 

Tom Levitt, a consultant, explains why charities are best equipped to take a longer view of service delivery.

Read Levitt’s blog

Jonathan Grapsas looks at comments made by Komen for the Cure chief executive Nancy Brinker about how the charity reviews its grant giving process.

See Grapsas’s blog

The voluntary sector is both brilliant and abused, says Sir Stephen Bubb, and sometimes it’s good to be reminded of how dynamic it can be.

Read Bubb’s blog

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