I’m the chief executive of a well known, medium-sized charity. Increasingly over the past few years I’ve found myself competing against other local (excellent) charities that are working on the same cause, for the same pot of money. You might think the solution is to work closer together or merge. Think again.
Essentially, charities aren’t really working closer together. They like to talk about partnership working and efficiency saving, but it’s not really happening on the scale it should.
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