As we refocus and rebuild from 2020, we spoke to four people who are shaping the sector. From a Charity Leader who is connecting asylum seekers and English language volunteers, to a Trustee leading a student union through Covid-19.
To celebrate Heritage Compass applications being open again, we take a look at a few heritage organisations that have used the challenging year of lockdown as an opportunity to re-invent themselves, or re-think their offering.
It’s October, the nights are drawing in, and everyone is dusting off their winter coats. To warm you up as we move into Winter, here’s Cause4’s monthly round up of exciting leaders from across the third sector.
Cause4 is a social enterprise and one of the first certified B-Corporations in the UK. Recently, we profiled the firm to discover more about the extraordinary services the team consistently provides to ensure that the desired outcome is achieved.
It's a new month and the Cause4 team are excited to introduce another four inspiring individuals that are guiding the way in charity leadership, social entrepreneurship, Trusteeship and Arts Fundraising. Read on to meet our pick of the month for August.
The UK Civil Society Almanac Reports, released by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), is a crucial source of data that has been providing insights into developments in the voluntary sector since 1996.
Over half way through the year already - where has the time gone? We continue to be amazed by the exceptional Charity Leaders, Entrepreneurs, Trustees and Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Fellows, here is our pick for July.