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Craig Swallow – safety of charity homeworkers encompasses both their physical and mental health.

Kelvin Plomer – poor mental health and the stigma associated with it are real and tangible.

Antonios Ilias – charities are missing out on how to leverage digital marketing to their advantage.

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Contents – No. 134 Autumn 2020

Page 1 – Working from home brings responsibilities for charities
Craig Swallow on the duty of care to workers based at home.

Page 2 – Charities entering into mortgages
Nathan Westcott on the position of trustees and mortgages.

Page 3 – Corporates working with mental health charities
Kelvin Plomer on an integrated corporate approach to charity partnerships.

Page 4 – Charities defending legacies against claims
Kate Parkinson and Lucinda Brown on when wills are challenged.

Page 5 – The urgent need to review property portfolios
Phil Winkles on charities and the properties they lease or own.

Page 6 – The imperative of implementing digital marketing
Antonios Ilias on the practicalities of charity digital marketing.

Page 7 – NEWS
Being wary of fraud during Covid; sharing sensitive website data.

No. 134 Autumn 2020
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
Charities Management magazine appears six times a year.

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