Subs deal halves Third Sector price

Third Sector readers are being urged to take out paid subscriptions to the magazine under a special offer which saves them almost half the cover price.

The offer is linked to the redesign of the magazine at the start of this year, when it expanded from an average 40 pages a week to about 60.

Third Sector now boasts eight extra editorial pages, enhancing the coverage of fundraising and finance and adding politics, people management and corporate responsibility to the line-up.

Stephen Cook, editor of Third Sector, said:"We hope people like the improvements and will subscribe now. Those who get free copies will continue to do so until the end of March, but then free copies will stop."

Members of the Institute of Fundraising and Acevo will continue to receive their weekly copies of Third Sector as part of their subscription to those organisations.

- See p31 for details.

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