Charity Chats: Charities - fatally flawed or perfectly imperfect?
As Small Charity Week draws to a close, we ask ourselves does size matter as far as effectiveness is concerned? Or is this just a case of negative thinking at times?
In our latest Charity Chats, Charles Mesquita of Quilter Cheviot, Catherine Rustomji of Shakespeare Martineau and James Saunders of Moore Kingston Smith discuss recent issues affecting charities of all sizes, as well as considering the latest business plan of the Charity Commission, in particular the use of language, the ‘new writing style’ and using their voice and data to help charities deliver impact.
We’d love to hear what you think.
If you have any feedback or questions for any of the speakers, please email Claire Whiteman-Haywood in the Charities team.