Best of the Blogs: small versus large charities, cuts to volunteering, doing the perfect pitch to donors, and remembering donors are individuals

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

There is an absurd contention in our sector that small is good and large is not, according to Sir Stephen Bubb.

Read Bubb’s blog

Search and rescue volunteers are being lost in the budget cuts, say Jim Hardcastle, a volunteer with Avon & Somerset Search and Rescue, and James Derounian, a principal lecturer at the University of Gloucestershire.

Read Hardcastle and Deounian’s blog

Fundraising consultant Jane Loveday sets out four steps to making the perfect pitch to a potential donor.
Read Loveday’s blog

Many organisations are forgetting that all donors are not created equal and charities need to remember that they are writing to different individuals, says Pamela Grow.

Read Grow’s blog

Topics:
Communications

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