Their structures and funding give them scope and access that others don’t have, but foundations also lack accountability.
Health charities should probably avoid investing in booze – but sometimes it can be hard to tell. So how do charities avoid the pitfalls?
Meaning well and doing good are great, but organisations can do more harm than good if they’re not careful.
Some charities get millions and have a large number of assets, but they’re also doing more too.
Potential donors must able to put their trust in charities.
Reports of Kids Company’s good deeds were heeded over its financial viability – with disastrous results for the charity in the long run.