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Third Sector columnist Craig Dearden-Phillips argues that charities are mistakenly in thrall to full cost recovery.

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Kimberley Scharf argues that school fees could be regarded as a charitable donation from parents to the Exchequer.

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Todd Cohen considers the findings of a new report on philanthropic foundations by the Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy at the University of Southern California

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Tom Bedford suggests five questions charities should ask themselves before spending money on social media fundraising campaigns.

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Kristin Ivie complains that a generation of young adults in the US are too quick to start up charities in their attempts to fix social problems.

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Osocio highlights the British Heart Foundation's new version of the Yoobot online game for children.

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