Sponsored ContentNew world disorder? ‘There are these two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says “Morning, boys. How’s the water?” And the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at the other and goes “What the hell is water?”’ – David Foster Wallace, This Is Water, 2005 3 ways to measure your charity’s investment performance Charities have different objectives when it comes to investments and this will be reflected in their differing investment policies. However, all charities should be looking at similar measurements to determine the overall performance of the fund… Lloyds Bank Foundation: Investing in charities As part of its response to the Civil Society Strategy consultation, Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales brought together leading sector organisations to highlight their key priorities for a new strategy. Caroline Howe, Policy and National Programmes Manager at Lloyds Bank Foundation tells Charity Financials Insider why…
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Charity Financials InsiderFundraising – what is the trustee responsible for?
Whether charity trustees manage fundraising themselves or delegate it to others, they remain legally responsible and accountable and must ensure diligent oversight of all activity...Charity income grew by £4.3bn in 2018
The 2019 Charity Financials Income Spotlight report, in partnership with Charles Stanley, explores the income trends faced by all charities registered in England and Wales between 2008 and 2018...Why support is key to helping charities maximise their investment returns
In January, a report from the National Voluntary Council Organisation (NCVO) warned that charities should expect a difficult financial year and that a combination of factors, including ongoing Brexit negotiations, tight government budgets and a slow economy would continue to add pressure on beneficiaries and front-line services…See all articles