Charity CEOs deserve to be well paid
Although charities are often reliant on volunteers at the grass roots, running a charity successfully has many similarities with running a business, and executives must be qualified for the job.
The time and skill involved in managing a charity and ensuring that funds are available to fulfil the charity’s objectives should not be underestimated. To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
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