Contents of magazine

Martin Bisp – when times are hard keeping things simple is key.

Kate Parkinson – internal management, procedures and policies need to be fit for purpose.

Averil Macdonald – livery companies contribute to the overall charity mix with funds and expertise.

John Onion – digital campaigns should be based on the right expectations.

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Contents – No. 133 Summer 2020

From charities and professionals on transitioning to the new normal.

Page 2 – Moving beyond the pandemic in practice
Martin Bisp on meeting mid to long term challenges.

Page 3 – Reviewing your charity’s governance
Kate Parkinson on the necessity not option of regular review.

Page 4 – Thinking imaginatively about your financial position
Nick Murphy on a fresh approach to maintaining charities’ financial health.

Page 5 – Finding equity income during the effects of the pandemic
Patrick Harrington on charities finding reliable income from equities.

Page 6 – Livery companies and their charitable trusts
Averil Macdonald on livery companies’ charitable activity.

Page 7 – Underwriting the success of charity digital marketing
John Onion on what makes for successful digital marketing campaigns.

Page 8 – Charities employing people with criminal records
James Tait on when charities come across criminal conduct.

No. 133 Summer 2020
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
Charities Management magazine appears six times a year.

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