Best of the blogs: hiring non-executive directors, understanding payment-by-results contracts, the right not to wear a poppy and why everyone is a fundraiser

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Ian Joseph, chief executive of Trustees Unlimited, explains why hiring non-executive directors can help non-profit organisations.

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In times of financial difficulty, understanding payment-by-results contracts is important, says David McHattie, head of charities, corporate banking at Barclays.

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The Royal British Legion’s poppy campaign has no right to demand conformity and the implication that we are universally obliged to wear a poppy crosses the line, says Archie Bland, deputy editor of The Independent.

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Everyone is a fundraiser, whether or not they have the word ‘fundraising’ in their job title, says Paul Marvell, director of professional development and membership at the Institute of Fundraising.

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