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Weekly Bulletin 21st November 2019
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How the RNLI turned the tide on a national media storm
How the RNLI turned the tide on a national media storm
Faced with criticism in the national press over funding projects abroad, the RNLI did something unusual - it refused to apologise, and over four days its defiance transformed a wave of criticism and cancelled donations into a 'sharp rise' in income. Rebecca Cooney reports
 
Latest News
Welcome to your new-look Third Sector We've changed Third Sector, placing a greater emphasis on creativity and the difference you make Welcome to your new-look Third Sector
 
1 Revealed: the top charity brand of 2019
 
2 Comic Relief appoints former trustee as its new chief executive
 
3 Record ticket sales lead to 10 per cent rise in National Lottery funds for good causes
 
4 Craig Bennett to depart Friends of the Earth
 
5 British Heart Foundation appoints former director as its next chief executive
 
6 Hospice charity probed for a second time amid fundraising concerns
 
7 Charity unfairly dismissed mental health nurse after discovering whistleblowing history
 
8 CRUK appoints former BBC marketing chief as fundraising director
 
9 Former trustees who refused to hand over evidence ruled in contempt of court
 
10 St Mungo's chief executive Howard Sinclair to leave next year
 
11 Former charity head admits stealing £250k from pension scheme
 
12 Amnesty International avoids strike because not enough people voted
 
13 Rise in predicted deaths could mean an extra £650m in legacies over the next five years
 
14 John Lewis donates £150,000 to FareShare as it launches its Christmas advert
 
15 NCVO calls on the next government to do more to engage with civil society
 
16 Charity Tax Group to collect figures on VAT relief claimed by charities
 
 
Interview
Tim Crosland: 'Charities lack bravery in tackling the climate emergency'
Tim Crosland: 'Charities lack bravery in tackling the climate emergency'
The Extinction Rebellion co-ordinator tells Andy Hillier why he believes the movement has achieved more in 18 months than three decades of campaigning by established environmental groups
 
Opinion
Stella Smith: It's time for the sector to acknowledge its unhealthy relationship with stress Dealing with stress is central to much of what charities do, but there is not enough recognition of our own bad working habits Stella Smith: It's time for the sector to acknowledge its unhealthy relationship with stress
 
Girish Menon: Building the chief executive/chair relationship The relationship between an organisation's chief executive and chair is crucial, and can be helped by taking a few simple steps Girish Menon: Building the chief executive/chair relationship
 
Javed Khan: The internet is for everyone - it needs to be safe for everyone too Technology has evolved at an unprecedented rate in the past 30 years; charities have a responsibility to help keep it safe for the future Javed Khan: The internet is for everyone - it needs to be safe for everyone too
 
Martin Edwards: Charities should always be ready to challenge accepted truths Throughout society there are things that everyone agrees cannot be changed, until someone comes along and changes them Martin Edwards: Charities should always be ready to challenge accepted truths
 
People
Fundraiser of the Week: Amanda Bringans of the British Heart Foundation
Fundraiser of the Week: Amanda Bringans of the British Heart Foundation
The director of fundraising at the heart health charity and chair of the Institute of Fundraising talks to Third Sector
 
FD in Five Minutes: Mark Guilford Third Sector speaks to the finance director at Breast Cancer Haven FD in Five Minutes: Mark Guilford
 
Latest Jobs
 
General Manager circa £50,000 a year depending upon experience, Gloucester, Gloucestershire
 
Individual Giving Lead £22,500-£36,000 depending on experience, Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
 
Trusts & Grants Manager Part-Time £27,000-£36,000 depending on experience, Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
 
Business Development Lead Up to £30,000 per annum dependant on experience, Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
 
Strategic Partnerships Manager (Europe) £43,000 - £48,000 per annum + benefits, Oval, London
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