Governance round-up: February 2016

Governance round-up for February including Kid's Company, Charities Bill and the Charity Commission - also see which events are coming up in the next few months Continue reading

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How employer supported volunteering can open doors to employee engagement

Find out how employers can support and encourage volunteering and how it can lead to a happy, more engaged workplace. Continue reading

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Why some charities have business partnerships (and that’s ok)

Over the past week the critical eye of the media has turned again to look at the way in which charities generate income, and how some are increasingly using their commercial arms to raise money for the causes they support. Continue reading

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Influencing: the essential volunteer management skill

Rob Jackson looks at why volunteers are often undervalued by organisations, and how managers can make a much stronger case to support them. Continue reading

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The squeezed middle: small and medium-sized charities in a changing financial landscape

Exploring the financial landscape for small and medium-sized charities following the publication of a new report. Continue reading

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Three types of grant funding that will be affected by the new anti-advocacy clause

A look at how the government's new anti-advocacy clause will have a negative impact on policy making. Continue reading

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Digital transformation: Not just for the digerati

How digital transformation can benefit the charity sector and what you can do to help Continue reading

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How student volunteering is leading the way

How students are acting on their wishes to do good, rather than just talking about it Continue reading

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Anti-advocacy clause is counter-productive

Why the government's decision to apply an anti-advocacy clause to its grants to charities is bad for policy making. Continue reading

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Social prescribing: A new way of working or today’s hot topic?

Barriers to good provision, key success factors for social prescribing, some age old problems and how you can get involved Continue reading

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