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Fundraising Bulletin 16th May 2021
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Latest Fundraising News
Tributes paid after 'one of the greatest figures in fundraising' dies aged 72
Tributes paid after 'one of the greatest figures in fundraising' dies aged 72
Simone Joyaux died three days after suffering a stroke
 
1 Fourteen charities have failed to look at preference service suppression requests, regulator says
 
2 Waiving a refund or a loan repayment can be considered a donation under Gift Aid rules, HMRC confirms
 
3 Retailer raises more than £40m for Cancer Research UK
 
4 Almost half of charity leaders have considered leaving the sector due to pandemic pressures, survey finds
 
5 Umbrella body Bond faces almost £1m cut in government funding
 
6 Halve the minimum limit for retail charity bonds, government urged
 
7 Structural racism creating an unequal system for the global south, report warns
 
8 British Psychological Society expels president-elect amid claims of 'persistent bullying'
 
9 Charities seek High Court clarification on responsible investment law
 
 
Event
Speakers announced for Third Sector Fundraising Conference The two-day event will run on 27 and 28 May Speakers announced for Third Sector Fundraising Conference
 
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From the Magazine
Charity pay study 2021: The biggest earners
Charity pay study 2021: The biggest earners
The highest salaries paid by the largest UK charities have been growing steadily in recent years. Third Sector analyses the figures
 
Five ways Diabetes UK’s One Million Step Challenge doubled its income in 2020 The One Million Step Challenge is Diabetes UK’s biggest annual virtual fundraising event – and has helped the charity buck pandemic trends Five ways Diabetes UK’s One Million Step Challenge doubled its income in 2020
 
Rethinking the 'rainy day' myths of charity reserves Trustees can’t spend them, funders won’t pay for them – why the reserves narrative needs a refresh Rethinking the 'rainy day' myths of charity reserves
 
Debra Allcock Tyler: 'Leadership is a discipline' What has 20 years leading the Directory of Social Change taught Debra Allcock Tyler about management, culture and charity? There is certainly no shortage of anecdotes Debra Allcock Tyler: 'Leadership is a discipline'
 
Opinion
Ian MacQuillin: It’s time we decoupled donor-centricity from relationship fundraising
Ian MacQuillin: It’s time we decoupled donor-centricity from relationship fundraising
There's more to relationship fundraising than how you interact with with donors
 
Adeela Warley: What a camel library can teach us about putting people first Listening to and communicating with audiences will help charities stay relevant in a time of great demand Adeela Warley: What a camel library can teach us about putting people first
 
Martyn Drake: Teams that avoid conflict eschew all hope of excellence How do we ensure conflict has a positive impact, rather than a negative one? Martyn Drake: Teams that avoid conflict eschew all hope of excellence
 
Dan Corry: The closure of Breast Cancer Haven should concern us all With reserves running low and challenges ahead, the charity sector needs a new way forward Dan Corry: The closure of Breast Cancer Haven should concern us all
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: Charity pay study 2021
Third Sector Podcast: Charity pay study 2021
This week's episode looks at Third Sector's biennial survey of the UK voluntary sector's top earners
 
Latest Fundraising Jobs
 
Programme Coordinator £24,090 pro rata, Gloucestershire
 
Trust Fundraiser Up to £30,989.18 depending on experience, Home based with some travel to Exeter
 
Community Partnerships Manager £30,000 pa plus benefits, Based in either North East or London/South East of England, working from home with extensive travel
 
National Operations Manager £27k - £32k, Cycling Projects - Head Office
 
Individual Giving & Campaign Manager £33,894, Warwick or Coventry
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