Best of the Blogs: donor targeting, social purpose companies, crowdfunding and the new justice secretary

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

The Advice for Good blog argues that the best way to generate donations is to portray a "single identifiable victim".

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Rosie Chapman asks whether social purpose companies will tarnish the good reputation of charities.

Read Chapman’s blog

Andy Hamflett speculates whether crowdfunding is "hoovering up" charities' online donors.

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Sir Stephen Bubb hopes the new justice secretary, Chris Grayling, remembers his key job is not to put more people in jail but to tackle the revolving door that brings most prison leavers back within a year.

Read Bubb’s blog

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