Green Pepper's director, David Green, has had an article about ethical leadership published on the Clore Social Leadership Blog, Leaders Now. Clore Social Leadership are a charity who develop leaders at all levels within the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector. They recently received a grant of just under £0.5 million from the Big Lottery… Continue reading Ethical leadership: is the outcome more important than the means?
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Fundraising…where do I start?
So you want to make a difference, but need trust or grant funding to get your project off the ground. A good place to start is with one or more of the many funding organisations, of which the Big Lottery is perhaps the most well-known. There are a wide range of trust and similar funders, from the small to the large; and all will consider suitable applications for funding.
But is it as easy as it appears?
Sadly, seeking trust or grant funding generally requires more than a well-written letter. Even those organisations who have no formal application process, and who will accept written requests, have criteria that must be met before an application is considered. To complicate matters, some funders, albeit a minority, do not make their criteria particularly clear; and your fundraiser may need to delve deeper before you can proceed.
How then should…
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Charity trustees have come in for some stick recently. Inept trustees are driving chief executives out of the sector, they interfere in fundraising, and as one anonymous chief executive put it, powerful trustees are a nightmare. Clearly the role of volunteer charity trustees invokes strong views. But the issue is nothing new, nor is it unique.… Continue reading It isn’t always easy, but paid staff and charity trustees must work together