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Is your head in the cloud? By Tim Wright
Cloud computing is a term that has been bandied about for some time now. But what exactly does it mean and is it something that is here to stay? Tim Wright sheds some light on the topic
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Company payroll giving success recognised By Becky Slack
Whitbread has been recognised for its fundraising efforts at the 2011 National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards.
Income Generation > News Online research community launched By Becky Slack
A “one-stop knowledge resource” has been launched by the Third Sector Research Centre.
Strategy > News London’s charities have little faith in Work Programme, finds report By Becky Slack
Lack of voluntary and community sector (VCS) involvement in the Work Programme has the potential to worsen rather than improve employment inequalities in the Capital, according to the London Voluntary Service Council (LVCS).
The Bigger Picture > News
The database: giving trends -- August By George Eaton
Every month, CharityInsight, in partnership with The iD Factor, conducts exclusive research into the giving habits of the general public.
Income Generation > News The Big Interview: Dan Pallotta By Sophie Elmhirst
“We were caught in the Puritan stranglehold.” If charities could behave more like businesses by paying higher salaries and spending more on advertising – they’d do better, says one controversial thinker.
Income Generation > Features The CharityInsight Essay: From street war to social action By Becky Slack
Most of those who took part in the riots were young and poor. Now is the time for charities to reach out to them.
The Bigger Picture > Features

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Leadership

New appointments: September
By Becky Slack
The latest recruitment news from around the voluntary sector.
Professional Development > News
Charity sector women in running for Best Connected Woman
By Jenny Greenwell
Four women who are involved in the charity sector have made it through to the final 12 in the search for the UK’s best connected business woman.
Leadership > News
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Strategy

Online research community launched
By Becky Slack
A “one-stop knowledge resource” has been launched by the Third Sector Research Centre.
Strategy > News
Is your head in the cloud?
By Tim Wright
Cloud computing is a term that has been bandied about for some time now. But what exactly does it mean and is it something that is here to stay? Tim Wright sheds some light on the topic
Strategy > Features
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Income Generation

Company payroll giving success recognised
By Becky Slack
Whitbread has been recognised for its fundraising efforts at the 2011 National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards.
Income Generation > News
The database: statistics/finance/fundraising - August
By Charity Insight Contributor
Work needs to be done to encourage more people from deprived areas to participate in civic activity, figures from the Third Sector Research Centre have indicated.
Income Generation > News
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Communications

Charity marketing: There’s an app for that
By Paul-Jervis Heath
The advent of the smart phone has bought with it new marketing opportunities for companies and charities alike, says Paul-Jervis Heath
Communications > Features
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Policy & Politics

Politics and Power: Sir Stephen Bubb
By Stephen Bubb
Charities can do the job if the PM pushes his policies.
Policy & Politics > Features
The CharityInsight Debate: How to change the world
By Charity Insight Contributor
Do you need to shape government policy or persuade ministers to hear your case? Our panel debate what is needed to influence the influential.
Policy & Politics > Features
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Professional Development

Job of the week: Head of Communications, Climate Week
By Charity insight Editor
The first Climate Week in March 2011 involved half a million people participating in over 3,000 events around the UK. There were over 1,000 pieces of media coverage including prime time BBC1 and 16 national newspapers, and over a quarter of British adults were aware of Climate Week. High-profile supporters included the Prime Minister, Paul McCartney, the CBI, the Met Office, Girlguiding UK and the NHS.
Professional Development > News
New appointments: September
By Becky Slack
The latest recruitment news from around the voluntary sector.
Professional Development > News
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The Bigger Picture

London’s charities have little faith in Work Programme, finds report
By Becky Slack
Lack of voluntary and community sector (VCS) involvement in the Work Programme has the potential to worsen rather than improve employment inequalities in the Capital, according to the London Voluntary Service Council (LVCS).
The Bigger Picture > News
I was there: Haiti, January 2010
By Tony Woodley
If we could help the animals, then we could also help the people
The Bigger Picture > Features
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