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What are the Big Risks Faced by Charities Today?

Charities often underestimate some of the risks involved when it comes to using funds abroad, or paying trustees.

‘Only great souls know the grandeur there is in charity.’ So said Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, the great seventeenth-century theologian and orator. In tough economic times, it is more important than ever that charities do what they can to maintain financial and practical support from the public and from major donors and philanthropists.

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