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Clare Davidson – campaign structures must be adapted to new patterns of giving.

James Alexandroff – a girl in Africa who can read has two children, whereas a girl who can’t has five.

Conrad Peberdy – charities should have a good dialogue with their landlords.

Victoria Mahon de Palacios – the complexity of charity mergers can lead to bad decisions.

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Contents – No. 142 New Year 2022

Page 1 – The implications of donor journeys changing
Clare Davidson on understanding and responding to changing donor behaviours.

Page 2 – Doing digital the right way
Joanne Farragher on the benefits but also the key issues of going digital.

Page 3 – Successfully running a charity in Africa with digital
James Alexandroff on effectiveness and scalability with a digital backbone.

Page 4 – Exclusion or engagement with ESG investment
Alan Goodwin on a more nuanced approach to holding or divesting shares.

Page 5 – Meeting the challenges for charities of renting property
Conrad Peberdy on charities looking for flexibility from landlords.

Page 6 – Mergers and acquisitions of schools
Victoria Mahon de Palacios on the responsibilities of trustees in school mergers.

Page 7 – Think before you send
Kingsley Hayes on how even a single email can cause charities a data breach.

Page 8 – News

No. 142 New Year 2022
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
Charities Management magazine appears six times a year.

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