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The Female Leadership Gap in Fundraising: What can we do?

28th April, 2020 | By Frances Campbell

The Institute of Fundraising’s latest report ‘Missing Out: Understanding the female leadership gap in fundraising’ provides detail on how gender is affecting the ability of women to reach the top jobs.

Incorporating youth governance: not a ‘one size fits all’ approach

13th January, 2022 | By Rebecca Ward

As young Trusteeship grows in popularity by young people and charities alike, what structure of youth governance would work best for your organisation?

Tech Trailblazers

25th January, 2019 | By Poppy Facer

Artificial Intelligence (AI) … Machine Learning … Deep Neural Networks … sometimes it can feel as though the technology sector operates in an entirely alien language. Meanwhile, the charity sector has faced ongoing criticism about its failure to keep up to date with digital developments and connect with new technologies.

Young Trustees – Are We Really Doing Enough?

25th January, 2019 | By Cause4 staff

This month, Tate announced the appointment of 28-year-old Anna Lowe as the new Youth Engagement Trustee and the youngest serving Trustee of a national UK museum or gallery. Is enough being done to further the Young Trustees movement?

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Green is the New Black: the Rising Tide of Climate-Consciousness

11th January, 2019 | By Emily Clarke

It’s an arresting sight: huge chunks of arctic ice stood melting into the polluted streets of Central London; disintegrating into the chill winter air.

Cause4's Pick of the Month January 2019

2nd January, 2019 | By Cause4 staff

January is the perfect time to reflect on our past achievements, set new intentions and to recognise the successes of those around us. That's why we're kicking off 2019 in celebration of the Charity Leader, Entrepreneur and Trustee of the month. 

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