Best of the blogs: publicising the spend on charitable activities, why being a trustee is a good experience, the new code of practice, and social investment

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Publicising the spend on 'charitable activities' would be a disaster, according to Caroline Fiennes and Kurt Hoffman.

Read Fiennes and Hoffman’s blog

Many people are be put off being trustees – don't be, say Steve Palmer and Liz Scott, who both work at the Social Care Institute for Excellence.

Read Palmer and Scott’s blog

Stephen Pidgeon, chair of the standards committee at the Institute of Fundraising, outlines why the new Code of Fundraising Practice is so important to all fundraisers.

Read Pidgeon’s blog

Social investment can occasionally seem like an answer in search of a question, says Charlotte Ravenscroft, who works in the policy team at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.

Read Ravenscroft’s blog

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