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How can small charities become more sustainable?

Blog posts   •   Jun 23, 2016 16:45 BST

Mark Salway, Director of Social Finance at Cass Centre for Charity Effectiveness, discusses ways for small charities to be more sustainable

How to approach succession planning

How to approach succession planning

Blog posts   •   Jun 22, 2016 11:01 BST

Ian Joseph, Chief Executive, Trustees Unlimited discuses succession planning.

Legacies: Why the buck stops with you

Legacies: Why the buck stops with you

Blog posts   •   Jun 17, 2016 11:59 BST

Rob Cope is director of Remember A Charity, a campaign of more than 150 charities working together to make gifts in Wills the social norm. He is also a board member of Relief International.

Now all departments must deliver for the donor

Now all departments must deliver for the donor

Blog posts   •   Jun 15, 2016 22:11 BST

Now, all departments must deliver for the donor.

What is the charity SORP?

What is the charity SORP?

Blog posts   •   Jun 13, 2016 14:40 BST

Questions trustees should ask about finances

Questions trustees should ask about finances

Blog posts   •   Jun 10, 2016 19:43 BST

​Attracting and retaining volunteers (with a little nudge from your friends)
Finding the Funding Formula - Tips for Grant Applicants from Lloyds Bank Foundation

Finding the Funding Formula - Tips for Grant Applicants from Lloyds Bank Foundation

Blog posts   •   Jun 07, 2016 12:46 BST

Sara Cooney, Grant Manager at Lloyds Bank Foundation offers a funder’s-eye-view on grant applications and shares her tips for applicants.

Questions trustees should ask about finances

Questions trustees should ask about finances

Blog posts   •   Jun 02, 2016 10:01 BST

​Recruiting on a Budget: how to get noticed and attract great employees to your small charity

​Recruiting on a Budget: how to get noticed and attract great employees to your small charity

Blog posts   •   May 31, 2016 16:09 BST

Debbie Hockham is the Director and Co-Founder of the I Am Group, a networking, learning and ethical recruitment company advises how to recruit on a budget.

Small Charity Week: Repainting the picture

Small Charity Week: Repainting the picture

Blog posts   •   May 24, 2016 17:47 BST

Investment of longer term reserves – five key questions to ask fund managers

Investment of longer term reserves – five key questions to ask fund managers

Blog posts   •   May 19, 2016 09:29 BST

Richard Macey, the Director of Charities at M&G Investments, points out five key questions to ask potential fund managers.

Why volunteers are gold dust

Why volunteers are gold dust

Blog posts   •   May 16, 2016 12:20 BST

​Richard Lane, Managing Director of Ansvar Insurance – a sponsor of Small Charity Week – explores why volunteers are more precious than ever, where to find them and how to keep them safe and happy.

Why you should get involved in Small Charity Week 2016

Why you should get involved in Small Charity Week 2016

Blog posts   •   May 03, 2016 13:02 BST

Small Charity Week is back and full of events for small charities to get involved!

Harnessing social media to start your legacy conversations

Harnessing social media to start your legacy conversations

Blog posts   •   Jun 30, 2015 11:58 BST

Small Charity Week partner Remember A Charity talk about how to get your legacy fundraising messages out there

​Not just supporting but learning from small charities

​Not just supporting but learning from small charities

Blog posts   •   Jun 25, 2015 11:54 BST

Jules Mason, Head of Strategy, Planning and Impact, Scope talks about his experiences volunteering at this year's Big Advice Day of Small Charity Week

How Skilled Volunteering Impacts Small Charities

How Skilled Volunteering Impacts Small Charities

Blog posts   •   Jun 22, 2015 16:26 BST

Sarah Tucker, Communications and Marketing Manager at Reach talks about how skilled volunteering can make a huge difference to small charities.

Increase in demand, rising workloads and static income has small charities fearing closure, says the ‘Shifting Sands of the Small Charity Sector’ research report from the FSI

Increase in demand, rising workloads and static income has small charities fearing closure, says the ‘Shifting Sands of the Small Charity Sector’ research report from the FSI

Press Releases   •   Jun 18, 2015 14:23 BST

New research released this Small Charity Week by the Foundation of Social Improvement (FSI) focussing on small charity trends over eighteen months shows increases in demand for services, rising workloads and static income have one in ten small charities fearing closure during the next 12 months.

“It costs how much?”

“It costs how much?”

Blog posts   •   Jun 12, 2015 14:34 BST

Emma Rose from Virgin Money Giving talks about how to encourage your supporters to maximise their online fundraising for you.

New Research shows small charities continue to see an increase in demand for services whilst skills-gaps consistently decrease their ability to deliver

New Research shows small charities continue to see an increase in demand for services whilst skills-gaps consistently decrease their ability to deliver

Press Releases   •   Jun 11, 2015 01:00 BST

​The FSI’s biennial Small Charity Skills Gap research shows small charities are experiencing significant skills-gaps which impact on their ability to deliver services.