Best of the Blogs: efficient charities, owning up to errors, a bet on Ed Balls and choosing which cancer cause to support

The latest from the charity blogs

John Burton, chief executive of the World Land Trust, says small charities are often less efficient than large ones.

See Green Diary

 

Sue Wixley urges charities to own up to their mistakes.

See New Philanthropy Capital Blog

 

Craig Dearden-Phillips places a bet on Ed Balls to be the next Labour Party leader, at 16-1.

 

See The Naked Entrepreneur

 

Rob Dyson asks whether Cancer Research UK's idea of letting people decide which cancer their donations should tackle is a "brave new model or an unsustainable gimmick".

 

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