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Building more impactful corporate - charity partnerships
This report from NPC draws on their research into corporate-charity partnerships to present what needs to be done to build more impactful corporate-charity partnerships: Establish an equal relationship Everything else flows from this. An open, honest relationship that balances power and embraces difference can enable partnerships to: Think beyond corporate social responsibility (CSR) Design effective volunteering Involve more partners Measure their impact
How to talk about poverty in the UK
Following on from the launch of the research findings from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation on how to talk about poverty more effectively, this is the full research report from the FrameWork's Institute. The JRF have also compiled a ten-step guide to communicating about poverty in the UK.
The Voluntary Sector in Transforming Rehabilitation
This report, Under Represented, Under Pressure, Under Resourced: The Voluntary Sector in Transforming Rehabilitation, says voluntary sector involvement in the Ministry of Justice programme is lower than claimed, unsustainable and requires many charities to dip into their own reserves to maintain services.
Homeless Link Co-production toolkit
Homeless Link believe that when services are genuinely co-produced they work better, because they make the most of the shared expertise of the professionals who work there and the people who have experience of using them.
Introducing Co-Production March 2018_0.pdf
Local Charity and Community Group Sustainability Report
The local charities support organisation Localgiving, has published this report that says local charities are in an increasingly precarious position and experiencing ever-growing demand for their services, fuelled by public sector cuts while traditional income streams have been shrinking.
Civil Society Futures Interim Report
Civil Society Futures is a national conversation about how English civil society can flourish in a fast changing world. In 2017 VONNE contributed to the Inquiry by hosting a Civil Society Futures Conversation for the North East VCSE sector at our annual conference. Twelve months into the inquiry this interim report looks at what people have said so far.
Charity Cyber Guide: your defence against digital risk
Digital technology has enabled charities to do more. It has created opportunities for innovative new fundraising ideas, helped save time and resource and allowed us to store information more efficiently than ever before.
GaN Canny 2018
Newcastle CVS has produced ‘GaN Canny : The views of the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector in Gateshead and Newcastle’.
GaN Canny 2018.pdf
Charity Finance Group Guide to GDPR
Charity Finance Group, in partnership with Buzzacott, Crowe Clarke Whitehill and Kingston Smith, has launched the General Data Protection Regulation: A guide for charities. The guide has something for every charity and is split into five parts; governance, fundraising data, financial data, beneficiary data and employee data. This guide is for anyone with responsibility for data management within their charity, from trustees, to finance directors, to volunteers.
GDPR: The Essentials For Fundraising Organisations
On 25 May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect in the UK. This will replace the current Data Protection Act and introduce new and different requirements for all sectors and organisations. To help fundraisers understand the key parts of GDPR in relation to direct marketing and how you can lawfully contact your supporters, the Institute of Fundraising has produced this guidance in partnership with Bircham Dyson Bell to take you through the main questions.
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