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Third Sector Fundraising 16th October 2019
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Sector still has a talent crisis, says Children's Society fundraising lead
Sector still has a talent crisis, says Children's Society fundraising lead
Joe Jenkins tells a conference run by Bond that attracting, keeping and developing the right people is a major issue that comes down to a lack of diversity
 
1 Ministry of Justice drops planned changes to probate fee system
 
2 UK seventh most generous nation on 10th-anniversary CAF index
 
3 Fourteen foundations to collaborate on operating more equitably
 
4 Most foundations increased grant-giving despite falling income, says report
 
5 Extinction Rebellion crowdfunding appeal nets £800,000 in a week
 
6 Animal charities dominate legacy gifts league table again
 
7 RSPCA to close all of its centrally run shops
 
8 JustGiving increases profits by 10 per cent
 
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How Start Network uses tech to combat crises

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Video
Watch: Homeless choir charity releases cover of song from The Greatest Showman
Watch: Homeless choir charity releases cover of song from The Greatest Showman
For World Homeless Day, the Choir with No Name worked with 170 people to produce a version of the song This Is Me
 
Opinion
Ian MacQuillin: Talent problem? The sector also has a knowledge problem Diversity initiatives can increase the breadth of talent coming into the sector, but do little to provide them with the knowledge the need to make the most of their skills Ian MacQuillin: Talent problem? The sector also has a knowledge problem
 
Marie Staunton: Values-driven leadership enables charities to do their jobs better Investing in feminist leadership at ActionAid showed how changing behaviours can lead to tangible improvement Marie Staunton: Values-driven leadership enables charities to do their jobs better
 
Mark Flannagan: The attitude that it's not fair if charities are 'attacked' is deeply frustrating The Charity Commission is not our friend; it is the regulator working to fix the problems some charities have created for the rest of the sector Mark Flannagan: The attitude that it's not fair if charities are 'attacked' is deeply frustrating
 
People
Fundraiser of the Week: Julian Waring of the Fisherman's Mission
Fundraiser of the Week: Julian Waring of the Fisherman's Mission
The Cornwall regional fundraising manager for the charity that supports current and former fishermen talks to Third Sector
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast #9: #CharitySoWhite
Third Sector Podcast #9: #CharitySoWhite
In the latest Third Sector Podcast, we cover racism and representation in the sector, charity leader bonuses and the Tower of London's Choose Your Own Adventure Twitter campaign
 

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