Good practice, case studies, expert advice and tips for charity finance professionals on investment management for charities.
Charities should keep the long term in mind in a period of likely political and economic trouble
Social investment should offer a more varied menu of funding options to charities
Using markets and entrepreneurs, international charities are finding that they can unlock permanent change
Social investment can work for all sizes of charity, and the Growth Fund's success proves it
Large businesses have much to offer the voluntary sector if charities and social enterprises take the opportunities available to them
Match Trading can incentivise social organisations to develop their trading bases so they can build stronger futures
The range of ethical, responsible and social products for charity investors is growing all the time
The investment industry makes communication unnecessarily complicated with reports that need translating
The idea that social investment is biased towards London is a misconception, but there is a rural/urban divide
Charities can make investment decisions that encourage oil companies to consider the impact of climate change
These will help you minimise the impact of low points, take advantage of the ups and stay on track
In the coming years, social investment will break new ground and be taken on by an increasing number of community groups, tech-for-good ventures and cooperatives
Expert advice and tips on specialist areas of charity finance.
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