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The First Principle of Voluntary Action: Essays on the independence of the voluntary sector (2010)
Since 2006 the Baring Foundation’s grants programme ‘Strengthening the Voluntary Sector’, has taken a close interest in deepening understanding of the changing nature of the independence of voluntary action. Given...
A social firm is a business set up specifically to create good quality jobs for people disadvantaged in the labour market.
Development trusts are organisations that are engaged in the economic, environmental and social regeneration of a defined area or community.
A grant-making charity established to strengthen local communities, creating opportunities and tackling issues of disadvantage and exclusion.
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