Take a look at the latest opinion pieces from the Cause4 team.
6th November, 2020 | By Edward Drew
For Trustees Week this year, Cause4 speaks with Jackie Driver, the Chair at SignHealth, about diversity, accessibility and inclusion on Trustee Boards.
15th April, 2021 | By Michelle Wright
Employers in arts, culture and heritage face hard choices about what to invest in and how to effectively plan for the long term, writes Michelle Wright.
8th June, 2020 | By Ben Wilson
Ben Wilson writes for Cricket World about grassroots cricket's need for a good post-Covid-19 strategy.
1st June, 2020 | By Naomi Chapman
Cause4 rounds up individuals from across the charity sector doing exciting work this June.
28th May, 2020 | By Nye Greenfield
The Case for Support is one of the most important documents for your organisation's fundraising activities. Here a number of tips for creating a document that grabs the attention of funders.
20th May, 2020 | By Frances Campbell
How can Trustees best support organisations moving through crisis? Cause4 argues that Trustees are a vital component to survival, now and into the future.
19th May, 2020 | By Naomi Chapman
Cause4 reflects on NPC's State of the Sector report 2020 and considers what the charity sector should be aiming for in the next report.
1st May, 2020 | By Naomi Chapman
Cause4 has been blown away by the response of the third sector to the pandemic, so this month we’re looking at how four leaders across the sector are adapting to COVID-19 in amazing ways.
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.
27th April, 2020 | By Naomi Chapman
At a time when finances are dominating Board meetings, we talked to Trustee Leadership Programme alumni John Chambers about Charity Investments.
14th April, 2020 | By Frances Campbell
Cause4 examines how charities can effectively hire new Trustees at this time, and showcases the silver lining of a new recruitment process.
10th April, 2020 | By Michelle Wright
Michelle Wright examines the lay of the land for arts organisations in the UK during the Covid-19 lockdown and explains why she thinks Welsh arts organisation must hold their nerve.