Best of the blogs: demand for data, using digital tools, finding your organisation's Commander Hadfield and the effect of inflation

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Does a historical lack of demand for data in the social sector reflect a lack of genuine problem-solving, asks Tris Lumley, head of development at New Philanthropy Capital.

Read Lumley’s blog

Storytelling is an important tool for charity communicators, but it must be done creatively, says Adam Coulson, digital marketing executive at the National Trust for Scotland.

Read Coulson’s blog

Fundraiser Derek Humphries says all charities should aim to find the Commander Hadfield in their organisations – people who have passion for what they do and inspire potential supporters.

Read Humphries’ blog

Inflation is eroding financial sustainability in charities, says Olof Williamson, sustainable funding senior officer at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.

Read Williamson’s blog 

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