Best of the blogs: why civil servants make good trustees, criminal justice charities need more access to data, defending street fundraising and writing better bids

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Mark Gibson, chief executive of the Whitehall and Industry Group, says why civil servants make good charity trustees.

Read Gibson’s blog

Criminal justice charities need to be able to access data on possible solutions more easily in order to break the cycle of reoffending, says Benedict Rickey, development programme manager at New Philanthropy Capital.

Read Rickey’s blog

It’s essential that the sector unites in defence of street fundraising, writes Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo.

Read Bubb’s blog

There are tricks to writing bids that anyone can master, believes Fiona Sheil, who runs the National Council for Voluntary Organisations' public service delivery network.

Read Sheil’s blog

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