Contents of magazine

Nick Murphy – the latest frontier in responsible investment is impact investing.

Margaret de Valois- running final salary schemes can be very costly for charity employers.

Paul Ridout – the risk of personal liability for trustees can be significantly reduced.

Nicola Evans – 2022 will bring legislative and policy challenges and opportunities for charities.

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Contents – No. 141 Late Autumn 2021

Page 1 – Being successful when a small fish in a big pond
Michelle Vickers on still making a difference when a small charity.

Page 2 – Using Google Ad grants as part of digital marketing
Shaf Mansour on applying for and using Google Ad Grants.

Page 3 – The impact measurement revolution
Nick Murphy on the revolution for investment that is coming.

Page 4 – Reporting serious incidents
Jayne Adams on when charities should report serious incidents, including Covid.

Page 5 – Cutting charities’ pension costs with consolidation
Margaret de Valois on a newly enhanced way of cutting final salary scheme costs.

Page 6 – The journey to charity incorporation
Paul Ridout on the reasons for, and issues relating to, incorporating a charity.

Page 7 – Improving charity contact centre call response
Ashley Pieczynski on better responding to a variety of calls.

Page 8 – A legislative agenda for charities to watch
Nicola Evans on the 2022 parliamentary agenda for charities.

No. 141 Late Autumn 2021
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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