Best of the blogs: in-memory donations, what rich donors want charities to know, turning innovative ideas into reality, why fundraisers and boards don't get along, and the parallels between charity chief executives and political party leaders

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Taking in-memory donations online will save time and maximise money, says Duncan Dunlop, head of business development at JustGiving.

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Beth Breeze and Theresa Lloyd, authors of Richer Lives: Why Rich People Give, pick five things rich donors want charities to know. 

Read Breeze and Lloyd’s blog 

Stephen Bediako, founder and director of The Social Innovation Partnership, points out his four steps to turning your innovative ideas into reality. 

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Nigel Harris, executive director of the Mater Foundation, writes about why fundraisers and boards don’t get along.  

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The job of a charity chief executive is not in the same league as a political party leader, but there are parallels, says Sir Stephen Bubb.  

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