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Contents of magazine

Liz Brownsell - charities are considering mergers in the face of increased pressure.

Andrew Sargent - charities must only collect information that is needed to provide their services.

Crispin Beale - charities need to ascertain what the public knows about the issues they are raising.

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Contents – No. 113 Spring 2017

Page 1 - Recruiting school governors from the commercial world
Louise Cooper on effectively recruiting people with commercial experience.

Page 2 - New realities of discretionary business rate relief for charities
Benjamin James and Jayne Adams on a tougher situation for charities.

Page 3 - Undertaking a balanced approach to considering charity mergers
Liz Brownsell on charities not rushing into mergers.

Page 4 - GDPR and the impact on fundraising income
Andrew Sargent on the General Data Protection Regulations.

Page 5 - Researching issues to ensure awareness campaign success
Crispin Beale on the need for research before a campaign.

Page 6 - Charities having adequate IT security
Joseph Blass on addressing ransomware and other issues.

No. 113 Spring 2017
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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