Best of the blogs: social media success stories, baby-boomer volunteers, learning from grocery shopping and making international connections

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

From Movember to #nomakeupselfie, Zoe Amar looks at the best charity social media campaigns and what made them work.

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As the Commission on the Voluntary Sector and Ageing releases its first report, Eddy Hogg writes about making the most of volunteers from the baby-boomer generation.

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Charlie Hulme of Donor Voice says charities can learn about dealing with a falling income from families that do grocery shopping on a tight budget.

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Judith Eversley of the Royal Town Planning Institute writes about the rewards small charities can reap from developing international connections.

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