Best of the blogs: small charities with big impact, managing charity investments and brand development

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Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

The Freedom Charity played a fundamental role in rescuing three women from a "decade of slavery" in Lambeth, south London: the charity's founder, Aneeta Prem, explains why small charities can have a huge impact.

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In the light of BBC Panorama's revelations about Comic Relief, Joe Saxton examines the ethical dilemmas charities face when managing their investments.

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Fundraising, not communications, is the central stakeholder in brand development, believes Tony Elischer.

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Not enough charities are taking notice of the Charity Commission's new, more flexible approach to charity investment, says Sir Stephen Bubb.

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