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Charity Financials InsiderMore legators now leave gifts in Wills to overseas aid and the environment
Early evidence from Smee & Ford’s five-year legacy trends report suggests that the emerging population of legators are leaving more gifts to environmental and overseas aid organisations than ever before…Finance and fundraising: oil and water or yin and yang?
Charities and fundraisers are operating with increasing risks, regulations and responsibilities and in this environment, fundraisers and finance teams need to work effectively together…Why you need to understand your investment risk profile
The first step in creating effective investment strategy is to consider your charity’s objectives and the role an investment portfolio has in achieving those…See all articles