Advice, commentary and case studies on charity mergers for chairs, trustees and senior managers.
The coronavirus crisis has brought out the best in many people, driving a generosity and community spirit that charities should look to build on
The Covid crisis provides fertile ground for the nonsense that there are too many charities and we should rationalise
As the long-term impacts of the coronavirus pandemic set in, experts offer their predictions of how the sector will look in a year’s time. Andy Ricketts reports
Charities spend much of their time trying to be distinctive, but learning to suppress what we think makes us special is a vital, albeit maddening, task
A plea for help in a charity Christmas card sparked an investigation into Chinese factory conditions by the retailer Tesco. Rebecca Cooney asks what charities can do if they find themselves caught up in similar situations
Are large, socially conscious corporates crowding charities out of a space they traditionally dominated, or could they be key to their future success? Tara Lepore reports
The Hampton Trust works with perpetrators to reduce offending, and has formed a partnership with the victim support charity Aurora New Dawn
Director of People and Transformation
Refuge London (Central), London (Greater)
Head of Fundraising
Ramblers Central London (homeworking during pandemic)
Director of Services
With You Home based with regional travel
Digital Marketing Manager
The Royal Free Charity Base – initially working from home then based at one of our hospitals in Barnet, Enfield & Hampstead
Refuge London, with national travel
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