Best of the blogs: the myths of Christmas giving, staying positive in 2012, the naming and shaming of non-giving millionnaires, and a successful cooperative in the Lake District

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Karl Wilding of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations points out 12 myths of Christmas giving – including how much money goes on administration costs.

Read Wilding’s blog

Times are tough and money is tight, but it's important to stay positive, says charity advisor Rosie Chapman.

Read Chapman’s blog

Should millionaires who don't give be named and shamed? Fundraising expert Craig Linton is doubtful.

Read Linton’s blog

Ed Mayo, secretary general of Co-Operatives UK, tells the tale of how 182 people in a village in the Lake District became owners of their local pub after it was shut down.  

Read Mayo’s blog

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