Best of the blogs: the benefits of volunteering, preparing for the festive period, the select committee hearing on chief executive pay and social investment tax

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Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs
Alexandra Heminsley explains why she volunteers and how the reality differed from her expectations

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Howard Sinclair, chief executive of Broadway Homelessness and Support, writes about how his charity prepares for the festive period.

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The House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee on charity chief executive pay proved a good opportunity to get the sector’s arguments out into the open, writes Sir Stephen Bubb.

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Andrew O’Brien, the senior policy officer at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, looks at what social investment tax means for the voluntary sector.

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