Best of the blogs: abolishing street fundraising, business and charity partnerships, Tupe regulations and the role of grass-roots arts groups in communities

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs
Plans to abolish street fundraising would be a catastrophe for charities, argues Craig Mullaly, deputy director of EveryChild.

Read Mullaly’s blog

Business leaders need to embed charity into their business plans so that one needs the other to succeed, says Katherine Scott, founder of the Knowledge to Action Foundation.

Read Scott’s blog

Cost, lack of transparency, inaccurate information and lack of leadership by commissioners are all cited as recurring problems for charities in Tupe situations. writes Fiona Sheil, who works on the public services team at NCVO, and Gemma Brown, an assistant solicitor at TPP Law.

Read Sheil and Brown’s blog

The Third Sector Research Centre's senior research fellow, Angus McCabe, highlights the major role grass-roots arts groups play in communities in his blog for The Guardian.

Read McCabe’s blog 

Topics:
Communications

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