Best of the blogs: not-for-profit organisations suing each other; foundations should lend; low reserves; and birthday emails to donors

Your round-up of charity-related debate online this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Loreal Lynch asks whether it is ethical for not-for-profit organisations to sue one another over branding issues.

See Stanford Social Innovation Review

 

Stephen Bubb argues that foundations could use their endowments to make loans rather than invest in "wicked" banks.

See Bubb’s Blog

 

Joe Ludlow explores ways of helping charities with perilously low reserves.

See New Philanthropy Capital’s Blog

 

The Fundraising Detective discusses the merits of charities sending birthday emails to donors.

See Fundraising Detective

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Communications

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