Best of the blogs: the consequences of charity investments, encouraging communities to come together, fundraising in the future and understanding the donor experience

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

From microloans to social impact bonds, charities are thinking more about the consequences of their investments, writes Rosie Niven, a freelance journalist.

Read Niven’s blog

The Olympics and the jubilee helped neighbours to meet, but digital technology can help continue a sharing of interests and activities, believes Annika Small, chief executive of the Nominet Trust.

Read Small’s blog

Peter Lewis, chief executive of the Institute of Fundraising, reflects on his first year in the role and outlines the challenges for fundraisers in the future.

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In order to understand the donor experience, try donating to your charity on your website and it will be an eye-opening experience, says fundraising expert Pamela Grow.

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