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Charity lottery de-regulation / Charities and executive pay

by Joe Saxton – Driver of Ideas, nfpSynergy How lottery deregulation could raise more money for charities. Society lotteries are the most regulated part of fundraising: the prize money, the amount of money, the profitability and much more of charity lotteries are regulated.

How charities can make the most out of social media

by Vicky Browning - Director, CharityComms Just like when King Arthur asked a few of his mates to sit round in a circle for a chinwag, a number of myths have grown up around social media. Vicky Browning, director of CharityComms, looks at whether some of these assumptions are stifling charities' abilities to use it as an effective communications channel.

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Working Out; making use of employee volunteering time

It’s a risky move to gleefully emphasise how much you want to work somewhere else during company time in an interview, but it’s a gamble I was happy to take when I applied for my internship here. Knowing that I would be able to keep up my volunteering commitments was a real selling point for me and it is for many employees.

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