Friday digest - 1 March
Five stories you might have missed this week taken from our Twitter feed.
Small Charities Coalition Set Up tool
Are you setting up a charity? Take a look at this new website from Small Charities Coalition called Charity Set Up which takes you through the stages. It was created in responses to the volume of calls to their helpline about setting up a charity.
It's #CharityTuesday & we're more than a bit excited to share with you something we've been working on w/ @TechforgoodCAST 🥁 It's a guide to support small charities with registration! #charitysetup is now live🎉We hope you find it a clear & simple tool 😎 https://t.co/D0UaD5iTVr
— Small Charities Coalition (@sccoalition) February 19, 2019
Digital survey for trustees
Could you share your board's experience of digital with CAST? Please fill in their short survey for #trustees.
We're still looking to speak to trustees so we can test our assumptions around some of the problems facing boards and trustees when it comes to digital. This is so we can find out the best way we can help! Could you help with our research? https://t.co/r4cI3QFbMr pic.twitter.com/4akBTvdJKq
— CAST #TechforGood (@TechforgoodCAST) February 27, 2019
Bullying in the charity sector
ACEVO and the Centre for Mental Health are running a joint survey about bullying. If you have experienced bullying in the past five years, please share your views in the survey.
ACEVO and @CentreforMH are working together to research bullying in charity sector leadership. Those who feel able to share their experiences can complete a confidential online questionnaire. https://t.co/r0Ei4C1ZV8
— ACEVO (@ACEVO) February 25, 2019
Impact of a no-deal Brexit
A #NoDealBrexit risks tearing the social fabric of our country, and would be harmful to charities and the people and causes they support.
— NCVO (@NCVO) February 27, 2019
We asked, where is the most unusual place you have had a board meeting? Motorway service stations were a popular location!
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