Collaboration – strength in numbers?

We know that many trustees will be sitting in (Zoom) board meetings, reflecting on sobering financial forecasts, faced with the difficult task of deciding where their charity should go from here. If this is you, then the possibility of collaborative working should definitely be on your radar.


Collaboration can be a critical part of maximising impact and also has the potential to bring about useful cost savings.

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All content on this page is correct as of September 30, 2020.