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The increasing number of charities planning to use the new charitable incorporated organisation legal form, a new social networking site for the sector and the trend for online giving featured in this week's top three.

1. Most charities planning to become CIOs


More than 70 per cent of charities are planning to convert to charitable incorporated organisations when the legal form becomes available, according to a client poll by law firm Rollits. (12 December)


2. Sector’s Facebook launched


A new website billed as the sector's answer to Facebook, is being launched to enable charities to network with one another, engage supporters and fundraise more effectively. (7 December)


3. Adapt to the web or lose donors voluntary sector warned

Voluntary organisations must adapt to the increasing trend of online giving or risk losing potential donors, according to NCVO's ICT Foresight Report. (11 December)

…and how you voted

Is the Government exaggerating the risks of charities being used by terrorists?

No 33%
Yes 67%

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