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Management Bulletin 30th November 2021
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Charity stops Facebook campaign after flood of toxic comments from anti-vaxxers
Charity stops Facebook campaign after flood of toxic comments from anti-vaxxers
The Covid Heroes campaign was trying to promote individuals who have been helping others during the pandemic and did not even mention vaccines
 
1 More than 1,000 registered charities are at least four years late with their accounts
 
2 Government urged to appoint 100 'volunteering champions' to encourage uptake
 
3 Retailer offers £1m in grants for ideas that will develop a more circular economy
 
4 Small Charities Coalition chair steps down after a year in the role
 
5 Volunteering must be part of the levelling up agenda, report argues
 
6 Regulator opens statutory inquiry into Naomi Campbell's charity
 
7 Government opens £7m volunteering fund
 
8 Autism charity to change its name
 
9 No preferred candidate for Charity Commission chair 'from where I'm sitting', says culture secretary
 
10 Big fall in number of UK donors but total amount given rises
 
 
People
Young Women's Trust unveils new chief executive Young Women's Trust unveils new chief executive
 
New chief executive appointed at Combat Stress New chief executive appointed at Combat Stress
 
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Opinion
Craig Jones: Why we are selling our office and moving to a permissive system of hybrid working
Craig Jones: Why we are selling our office and moving to a permissive system of hybrid working
Delivering urgently-needed support demands a radical rethink of working practices, resources and campaigning culture
 
Debra Allcock Tyler: We have to stop pathologising normal negative emotions Feelings of self-doubt, embarrassment or so-called 'imposter syndrome' can be incredibly good for you Debra Allcock Tyler: We have to stop pathologising normal negative emotions
 

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Podcast
Third Sector Podcast: Scams and fraud
Third Sector Podcast: Scams and fraud
This week's episode looks at how the sector can be targeted by fraudsters
 

 
Country Director £55-60,000 p.a. (Pro-rata for a 30-hour week) Negotiable based on skills, experience and fit, London (Greater)
 
Chief Executive c.£50,000 - £55,000 depending on experience, Flexible location nationwide
 
Regional Fundraising Officer £28,000 per annum plus company car, Homebased in England
 
Chief Executive £49,000 to £59,000 pa, Headington, Oxford
 
Development Officer £27,900 - £30,000, London, SW6 4LY

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