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Brexit fallout will cut Scotland’s third sector deeply

Maggie Lennon is calling on Scotland's third sector to get involved now in lobbying for a fair deal for the third sector following Brexit

24th March 2017 by TFN Guest

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10 tips to stop your charity breaking the law

Val Surgenor delivers 10 must read tips for all charities ahead of the implementation of General Data Protection Regulation rules

22nd March 2017 by TFN Guest

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The sound of silence: why won’t the third sector criticise the Scottish Government?

Organisations' reluctance to criticise the Scottish Government means controversial policies are being accepted without much opposition, argues Robert Armour

21st March 2017 by Robert Armour

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Brexit and Indyref2: let’s not box ourselves in when considering Scotland’s future

John Downie says Brexit and Indyref2 are not the only issues at play when deciding what kind of country we want to be

21st March 2017 by TFN Guest

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What charity trustees need to know about investing

Lianne Lodge explains how charities can learn from the mistakes of others and make sure their investment portfolio reflects their charitable purpose

20th March 2017 by TFN Guest

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Recruit the best volunteers in this competitive market

Stephanie Murtagh says recruiting the best volunteers will be crucial to the success of charities in times of austerity

20th March 2017 by TFN Guest

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Born leaders – you need to regress to progress

Mark Kelvin believes we need to release the child within to develop as leaders

20th March 2017 by TFN Guest

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What does the third sector need most from IndyBrexit?

Martin Sime considers what impact the third sector can have in the second independence referendum campaign while leaving the EU

15th March 2017 by TFN Guest

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New third sector hub will boost social economy

Natalie Masterson, chief executive of Stirling Voluntary Enterprise, explains how a new sector hub will empower voluntary organisations

15th March 2017 by TFN Guest

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You can’t run a charity on good will alone

Active4All's demise is a lesson in how ideologically-driven social enterprises must also be backed up with competent business expertise

15th March 2017 by Robert Armour

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10 tips to a perfect data protection policy

Kelly Sleight warns against charities putting their heads in the sand over changes to data protection laws

14th March 2017 by TFN Staff

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Charities are a crucial part of the Living Wage movement

Sandy MacDonald argues that paying the Living Wage is crucial to help charities deliver on their mission

10th March 2017 by TFN Guest

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Opt-in vs opt-out - is it really either or?

Skip Fidura on the opt-in, opt-out dilemma facing charities

8th March 2017 by TFN Guest

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Charity campaigning: is it time to get offensive?

Susan Smith says charities should learn from grassroots campaigners and be prepared to ruffle feathers

2nd March 2017 by Susan Smith

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Scottish fundraising conference 2017 set to be bigger and better

Gary Kernahan updates fundraisers on developments for this autumn's Scottish fundraising conference

28th February 2017 by TFN Guest

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Why can’t we just tell the truth? Thoughts on blagging, game-face and leadership development

​Kathryn Welch on what she learnt from an inspiring Clore residential programme

22nd February 2017 by TFN Guest

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Society lotteries enrich lives and could do much more

Clara Govier says that simple changes in regulations could enhance the work of fundraisers in no time

22nd February 2017 by TFN Guest

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Trustees must not leave fundraising up to the fundraisers

Alastair Keatinge says while trustees don’t have to come up with creative fundraising ideas they do have to scrutinise them

15th February 2017 by TFN Guest

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The strange but sadly inevitable case of Gerry Freedman

Robert Armour says Gerry Freedman may be a chancer but he's taught us all a very valuable lesson

14th February 2017 by Robert Armour

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