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How to create an age-diverse workforce in charities

How to create an age-diverse workforce in charities

Partner Content: Presented By Third Sector Jobs

Third Sector Jobs spoke to the British Council and the RNLI about how they're building a culture of inclusivity.

What is it like to work in the individual giving team at the British Heart Foundation?

What is it like to work in the individual giving team at the British Heart Foundation?

Partner Content: Presented By British Heart Foundation

We spoke to Adam Stricker-Morecroft, retention lead in the individual giving team at the British Heart Foundation, for insider insight into working for his team and the marketing opportunities on offer.

CV tips to help you move from a commercial role to the third sector

CV tips to help you move from a commercial role to the third sector

Partner Content: Presented By TopCV

Laura Slingo at TopCV shares top CV tips to help you move from a commercial role to the third sector.

Fundraiser of the Week: Katie Stokes of mothers2mothers

Fundraiser of the Week: Katie Stokes of mothers2mothers

The fundraiser for the charity that employs and trains HIV-positive women to deliver health services in sub-Saharan Africa talks about the benefits of starting your career in a small charity

FD in five minutes

FD in Five Minutes: Henrietta Atkinson

FD in Five Minutes: Henrietta Atkinson

Third Sector speaks to the director of business support at CoppaFeel!

FD in Five Minutes: James Niblett

FD in Five Minutes: James Niblett

Third Sector speaks to the finance director at Demelza Hospice Care for Children

FD in five minutes: Sharon Daley

FD in five minutes: Sharon Daley

The director of operations and finance at the Centre for Ageing Better enjoys the sea air on the south coast

Movers

Peter Hay is the new chair of Turning Point

Peter Hay is the new chair of Turning Point

Also, a new board for the NCS Trust, three new trustees at WaterAid and appointments at Keep Britain Tidy and Kids in Museums

Movers: Joseph Rowntree Foundation appoints new senior leadership team

Movers: Joseph Rowntree Foundation appoints new senior leadership team

Plus: Nick Phillips to lead the Almshouse Association and Rosemary Ward appointed director of programme at the Scottish Book Trust

The National Children's Bureau appoints Alison O'Sullivan as chair

The National Children's Bureau appoints Alison O'Sullivan as chair

Plus: five new trustees at Motability, and new chairs for the Activity Alliance and Buglife

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Latest Jobs

What is it like to work at...Age UK Salford?

What is it like to work at...Age UK Salford?

Partner Content: Presented By Age UK Salford

Dave Haynes, chief executive at Age UK Salford, offers his insider insight into what it's like to work for the charity and the exciting roles it's recruiting for.

Third Sector Jobs kicks off Wonderful Workplaces initiative

Third Sector Jobs kicks off Wonderful Workplaces initiative

Partner Content: Presented By Third Sector Jobs

The new careers hub will showcase top charities to work for and more

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Managing risk at outdoor events

Managing risk at outdoor events

Partner Content: Presented By Markel

Voluntary and community events are increasingly popular, especially around this time of year.

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Latest Good Practice

Don Bawtree: There are lessons to learn on diversity

Don Bawtree: There are lessons to learn on diversity

Also: The commission reviews charity accounts; and a new insider fraud alert

Prostate Cancer UK aims to give rivalries the boot

Prostate Cancer UK aims to give rivalries the boot

Fans of four English Championship clubs have come together to support just one team

Impact reporting should never be painful or expensive

Impact reporting should never be painful or expensive

Many small organisations struggle to demonstrate the difference they make, but by following some simple steps they can show the value of their work to funders and supporters. Emma Sheppard reports

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