Best of the blogs: volunteering with Crisis, more proactive trustees, distributing foreign aid and the Public Services (Social Value) Act

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Peter Lewis, chief executive of the Institute of Fundraising, shares his experience of volunteering with homelessness charity Crisis over the Christmas period, and asks if we should be doing more. 

Read Lewis’s blog

Trustees must be proactive to minimise the risk of personal liability, argue Tim Carter and Rebecca Walker of the insolvency and restructuring group at Stevens & Bolton.

Read Carter and Walker’s blog

The military should be in charge of Britain’s foreign aid, says Daily Telegraph journalist Ed West.

Read West’s blog

Allison Ogden-Newton fears that social enterprises with local knowledge will lose out to larger deliverers that can achieve scale as part of the Public Services (Social Value) Act.

Read Ogden-Newton's blog

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