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Over one third of charities do not have an ethical investment policy, survey finds

30th October 2017 16:43

Over one third of charities do not have an ethical investment policy, survey finds: An online survey conducted by Gabriel Research and Management asked 116 charity representatives if their charity has an ethical investment policy. Out of those interviewed,… Read more...


New research states 80 per cent of UK customers prefer charities to only contact them after giving consent to use their personal data

10th August 2017 13:09

New research states 80 per cent of UK customers prefer charities to only contact them after giving consent to use their personal data: The majority of charity supporters believe that it is important to receive marketing communications, only if they have given… Read more...


New report reveals UK charity resources may be strained, due to public sector cuts

3rd August 2017 14:49

New report reveals UK charity resources may be strained, due to public sector cuts: Reports from the NCVO reveal that further pressure may be placed on charity resources, due to the Government’s plans to reduce public spending. Most particularly, charities… Read more...


Survey finds that Save the Children has the most effective management in the voluntary sector

10th August 2017 13:14

Survey finds that Save the Children has the most effective management in the voluntary sector: A survey conducted by the ratings firm, ViewsHub, consists of 50,000 charity professionals, who were asked to rate their co-workers' leadership, as well as… Read more...


Survey finds cancer charities are the most popular charitable cause

15th February 2017 12:43

Survey finds cancer charities are the most popular charitable cause: A recent voluntary sector survey has revealed that 59 per cent of British people, who donate to charity, intend to donate to a cancer charity in 2017, which makes it the most popular charitable… Read more...


Few charity CEOs are from a BAME background, survey finds

26th January 2017 16:54

Few charity CEOs are from a BAME background, survey finds: According to a recent charity survey by Acevo, a membership body for the leaders of third sector organisations in England and Wales, just 3 per cent of Chief Executive Officers of charities are from… Read more...


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