Advice, commentary and case studies on charity mergers for chairs, trustees and senior managers.
Duplication is inefficient and not to be created or supported, but choice between truly different organisations is vital for supporters and beneficiaries
Research by the Lloyds Bank Foundation shows that small charities bring a distinctive offer and approach
Although there have been many failed mergers, the problem has been lack of will and poor implementation, not that the concept was wrong in the first place
Deborah Alsina, chief executive of the recently merged Bowel Cancer UK and Beating Bowel Cancer, on why coming together was the best way forward (subscribers only)
Stella Smith: Merging charities might seem a logical approach, but in reality it's less straightforward
There is potential for charities to work more closely together but this should not routinely amount to a merger, says our columnist
A merger can be what you want it to be, writes the chief executive of Community Links
It pays to understand why some partnerships don't work, writes the director of the Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership
Year Here Social Innovation Fellowship 2019
Year Here London (Greater)
IT Training Consultant
Dizions Greater London (South), Reading, Guildford, Croydon
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEMBER
The Physiological Society London (Central), London (Greater)
Group Accountant - Central London
Methodist Independent Schools Trust London (Greater)
Head of Innovation, Policy and Research
Campaign to End Loneliness Holborn and Covent Garden, London (Greater)
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