Names you need to know: The list of lists

As part of our work on Charity Times, we regularly like to put together lists highlighting some of the fantastic work going on within the sector – from pandemic pioneers to the social media influencers of the sector. Below, we’ve linked all the lists to make it easier for you to access.

Pandemic Pioneers
The events of the pandemic have meant a lot of changes for charities over the last 18 months, including a move to digital, new ways of fundraising and a complete overhaul of the working environment.

As a way of acknowledging some of the changes, we asked you to nominate the people you thought had some of the biggest influence, and you did so in your droves.

Charity Leaders to watch in 2022
Whether it’s been the Coronavirus pandemic, creating a diverse leadership team, dealing with scandals or battling against the government’s ‘anti-woke agenda’, charity leaders have had a jam-packed year.

We take a look at some of the people to keep an eye on over the next 12 months as the sector continues to grow and learn from previous years.

20 charity accounts to follow in 2022
We spend so much of our life online that it's inevitable we fall to social media for advice, industry updates and social interaction. Whilst social media can come with a unique set of challenges, when used correctly, it can be a positive platform for change within the charity sector.

I’ve compiled a list of charity sector accounts I think should be on your Twitter follow list (if they aren't already).

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