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New Year's Resolution no. 2: making a mark as a trustee

One of the best things I’ve done this year is become a trustee of a charity. I’ve been a trustee before, many years ago for Children’s Rights Alliance for England, which was a great experience and helped me learn about what’s involved in running an organisation. 573 more words

Charity

Where's my voluntary sector? Brand new A-Z community directory launched

The gifts keep on coming.  City Living have produced some community directories for residents. Find out what community centres, charities, services, schools or surgeries are in your neighbourhood by visiting… 55 more words

Borough-wide

Archbishop of York speaks and votes during Report Stage of Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill

On 15th December 2014, the Archbishop of York, the Most Revd and Rt Hon. John Sentamu, spoke during the Report Stage of the Government’s Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Bill. 334 more words

Bill

CPAG History: Witness Seminar

The Child Poverty Action Group will soon be entering its 50th year. Such an anniversary is a great excuse to spend some time thinking about the past. 708 more words

History

What's Wrong With Charity?

Recently we had the pleasure of reviewing Tim Watkins book; What’s Wrong With Charity?: How modern charity practices are undermining our communities, democracy and public trust. 317 more words

Charity Greed

Using Open Data to Help Winchester Homeless Support Organisations

As open data enthusiasts, it is tempting to concentrate on data and applications which we think are interesting or useful. But if the kind of open data provided by the Hampshire Hub is going to make a big difference to the local community then it has to have a much broader appeal. 295 more words

Voluntary Sector

EVALUATE YOUR CAMPAIGN WITH THE NEW 'INTRO' ON OUR WEBSITE

Visit our website and you’ll find the latest in our new series of intros, this time focusing on evaluation.

Evaluation is a really important part of a campaign because you need to know whether it was successful and whether it achieved its aims. 364 more words

PR