Monthly Archives: November 2014

TV Gala – You’re Lucky Break

For any charity, TV Galas are like a decade’s worth of Christmas income arriving in a few days. The massive exposure and huge income can transform organisations and though they are ridiculously hard work, if the organisation is thoroughly prepared … Continue reading

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Why Children in Need’s Heroes are My Heroes

This year’s spectacular has raised more money than ever at, £32.6m last time I looked and probably rising. But I suspect the real benefit is the massive educational value for people watching, particularly the young for whom it may be … Continue reading

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Trustees Week – Being a Trustee

Continuing with our trustees theme this week, we talk to our IFC UK Director, Bill King about his role as a trustee for his local church St George’s Poynton.

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Trustees Week – 4 Key Points to a Fresh Board

Being in charge of the charity, volunteering their time, and working together to make important decisions, trustees have a vital role to play in the success of an organisation. Trustees are also vital in supporting the director in their work … Continue reading

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