Contents of magazine

David Lonie – now a time for campaigns that resonate with existing and potential supporters.

Stephanie Barkway – there’s a lot of demographic overlap between charitable donors and retail investors.

Joe Perry – you really need to know how your charity works when choosing the levels of insurance.

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Contents – No. 118 New Year 2018

Page 1 – Charities achieving successful direct mail campaigns
David Lonie on engaging with supporters and driving donations.

Page 2 - Charities remaining sustainable in the face of austerity
Karen Cherrett on collaboration, consolidation and IT.

Page 3 - Addressing the cash issue for charities
Guy Davies on the need for active cash management.

Page 4 - Recruiting, managing and retaining trustees
Gordon Wilmott on attracting and keeping effective candidates.

Page 5 - Making use of investor donation schemes
Stephanie Barkway on featuring as a charity choice.

Page 6 - What insurance limits should our charity buy?
Joe Perry on choosing the right levels of insurance.

Page 7 - Care at the end of a keyboard
Jess Sulzmann on bringing live chat into charity communications.

Page 8 - Safeguarding digital giving from abuse
Ed Gairdner on protecting charitable giving processes against criminality.

No. 118 New Year 2018
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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