Contents of magazine

Stuart Belbin – a proactive approach to homeworker safety is essential.

Julia Angeles – many charities should have an interest in both health and investment return.

Matthew Clark – protecting against cybercrime involves cyber safety and cyber insurance.

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Editor RICHARD BLAUSTEN writes: Much of this issue is about meeting the challenges for charities of operating through coronavirus. Those articles offering practical advice are an essential read, with the articles on contactless fundraising and improving online efforts to attract donations opening many charities’ eyes to easily applied creative thinking. So we are delighted to present overall an unmissable issue.

Contents – No. 136 New Year 2021

Page 1 – Ensuring enough funding through coronavirus
Roger Merchant on how charities should go about obtaining funding.

Page 2 – Insurance for charity homeworkers
Stuart Belbin on insurance when charity employees work from home.

Page 3 – Charities investing in the healthcare revolution
Julia Angeles on investing in new generation healthcare companies.

Page 4 – Thinking creatively about contactless fundraising
Laura Fox-Newby on digital and physical fundraising interaction.

Page 5 – Improving online efforts to make up for events donations
Hilary Stephenson on maximising the potential for online donations.

Page 6 – Charities protecting against cybercrime
Matthew Clark on safeguarding against cyber criminals.

Page 7 – Focusing on your charity’s organisational identity
Charlotte Cloutier and Davide Ravasi on identity-refinement and identity-enrichment.

Page 8 – NEWS
Helping trading operations, impact value for investment portfolios, and other stories.

No. 136 New Year 2021
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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