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Third Sector Daily Bulletin 24th June 2017
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Regulator agrees joint Grenfell Tower approach with seven charities Regulator agrees joint Grenfell Tower approach with seven charities
 
Spend more on fundraising training, says IoF paper Spend more on fundraising training, says IoF paper
 
Islamic schools trust was 'mismanaged and poorly administrated' Islamic schools trust was 'mismanaged and poorly administrated'
 
Cuts to local government funding spell end for Nottinghamshire disability charity Cuts to local government funding spell end for Nottinghamshire disability charity
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Opinion
Peter Stanford: The challenge of being the Charity Commission's chief executive Helen Stephenson faces a difficult task in ensuring the regulator provides reassurance to both the charity sector and the government, says our columnist Peter Stanford: The challenge of being the Charity Commission's chief executive
 
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"Many boards and CEOs will still think that fundraisers are just glorified quiz night organisers and that they can do the the fundraisers' job just as well themselves."

Martin Edwards commenting on the article: "Fundraising 'is not a profession', argues think tank report"

 
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