OPINION: Servants’ exit – Why are some people trying to sever the connection between fundraising and philanthropy?

Some of the greatest thinkers about charitable giving have described fundraising as the servant of philanthropy. So why, asks Adrian Sargeant, is there now a movement that claims there is no link between them at all?

OPINION: Overheads – why we’re still robbing donor Peter to pay fundraising Paul

A new study by behavioural scientists has recommended charities should tell donors they have no overheads costs because they’ve already been paid by a philanthropist. Although the numbers stack up, Ian MacQuillin argues that this is a very bad idea