Category: Charity Management

Advice and tips on how to manage and run your charity

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Charity Management

Quaker A-Z: F is for Fear

What do you fear? This might seem an odd question for a charity management blog! However, Trustees, volunteers, and employees often tell me that they

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Charity Admin

Quaker A-Z: D is for Doing Good

Don’t just sit there… I remember the children’s meeting resource called, ‘Don’t just sit there do something!’ But so often people feel overwhelmed with the

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Quaker A-Z: A is for Annual Actions & Atomic Habits

It is all too easy to draw a line over the ‘old year’ and only look forward to the ‘new year’.

It’s always best to take a few minutes to decide what you need to bring along with you into 2024.

Are there lessons learned, new practices you want to continue? Or challenges you overcame but want not to repeat!

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Charity Admin

Quaker A-Z: 2024 Introduction

Legally, a trustee is someone who has formal responsibility for the charity – and therefore must act in the charities best interest. This is the same no matter how they’ve become a trustee – elected or appointed. A trustee may take on specific roles or tasks for the charity, but the over all responsibility is held with the full body.

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Charity Admin

Quaker A-Z: Z is for Zooming

Zooming – hybrid clerking This subject was suggested by several people – but the title is thanks to Rachel Muers. I’ve clerked hybrid meetings for

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