Best of the blogs: paying trustees, micro-volunteering, prioritising your website and change management

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Loyd Grossman, chairman of the Churches Conservation Trust, writes about why he thinks charity trustees shouldn’t be paid.  

Read Grossman’s blog

The nature of volunteering is changing and includes more micro-volunteering, says Jonathan Paylor, research officer at the Institute of Volunteering Research.

Read Paylor’s blog

You charity’s website plays a critical role in your fundraising strategy and it needn’t be complex or costly, says the fundraising consultant Pamela Grow.

Read Grow’s blog

Change management is never without pain and confusion, writes Gethyn Williams, trustee of the communities charity Urban Forum.

Read Williams’s blog


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