In this blog, I explore why it’s important that charities share information about their budget when outsourcing work to freelancers or agencies. Budgets are a touchy subject in the charity world. The money available is often donated by the public, so it’s absolutely right that it is used carefully. But there is rarely a moment … Continue reading Why charities should show their budget
In this blog, I gather tips from across the charity sector on how to make a compelling case for more investment. Everyone who works for a charity has been in a situation where they could do with more budget. You see the potential of something new. A new way of working, a new programme, a … Continue reading More budget, please – making the case for investment
In this blog post, we look at why misinformation still spreads even after it’s been debunked. And how charities can make their myth-busting as effective as possible. Why is misinformation so prevalent in health? Health is one of the most personal and emotive subjects in any of our lives. No one wants to get ill, … Continue reading How can charities debunk myths effectively?
In this blog, I share my process for editing my own work, which could help you hone your writing, save you and your charity colleagues time, and make you a better writer in the process. It can be hard to step away from your own writing, particularly if you’ve spent a lot of time on … Continue reading Self-editing – how to edit your own writing
Find out how three medical charities collaborate with people with health conditions to shape their comms – everything from their day-to-day content to strategy work. Medical charities exist for the benefit of people with various diseases and health conditions. There’s always been a strong reason therefore to make sure that these people are involved in … Continue reading How people with lived experience can shape a charity’s comms