Contents of magazine


Alex Jackson – charities need to be nimble in times of crisis.

Alex Blake – ensure your funding case is strong against key criteria that funders always look at.

Ben Rick – social investment supports charities becoming more resilient and sustainable.

Jeremy Hendy – it’s an unfortunate reality that charities are an attractive target for cyber attacks.

Our thoughts are with all charities and their workers. We continue to publish at a time of great crisis for the charity sector and when the existence of many charities is challenged. We have put special material connected with charities responding to the crisis in the early part of the magazine. The non-coronavirus content is there as charities still need to be aware of certain issues. It is also there for when the sector comes out of the crisis and is a signpost for a hopefully more normal future. Stay safe and keep well.

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Contents – No. 132 Early Summer 2020

Page 1 – CORONAVIRUS COMMENT AND ADVICE
Practical advice living with Covid-19 and how charities have been coping.

Page 2 – Responding to website challenges in a crisis
Alex Jackson on adapting websites as part of coronavirus response.

Page 3 – Charity shops and the marketing challenges of coronavirus
Paul O’Donoghue on responding to an evolving situation.

Page 4 – Addressing market volatility within investment relationships
Andy Pitt on how relationships should already have been pitched to cope.

Page 5 – Positioning charities for funding through and after Covid-19
Alex Blake on addressing questions for the “recovery” phase and beyond.

Page 6 – How social investment can help charities
Ben Rick on having repayable finance within a supportive relationship.

Page 7 – Protecting the digital heart of charities
Jeremy Hendy on the increased need to safeguard data.

Page 8 – Prioritising digital asset management
Mike Paxton on why adopt digital asset management IT.

No. 132 Early Summer 2020
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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