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Charity Given Lowest Spending Priority, Survey Shows

3rd July 2014 17:55

The UK’s economic improvement may mean that, for some at least, their spending is set to increase over the course of the next year, but when asked what their increased spending is likely to go on, charity was given the lowest priority according to research… Read more...


Trust Levels for Charities Falls to 56% in April 2014

24th June 2014 17:18

Trust levels for charities have dropped 10% in the last year to plummet down to 56% in April 2014, compared to their May 2013 reading of 66%. The survey, conducted by Charity Awareness Monitor, with 1,000 16+ year olds in Britain, discovered that just over… Read more...


Survey Reveals That The Majority of Tory MPs Think Charities Should Not Be “Political”

28th January 2014 12:15

Research consultancy nfpSynergy recently asked 157 MPs in June and July what it meant for charities to be political for its report “The Politics of Charities”. Findings show more than three-quarters (78%) of Conservative MPs think it is a negative… Read more...


Charity Pulse Survey Reveals Improvement in Job Satisfaction

17th July 2013 13:37

In a recent Charity Pulse survey undertaken by Third Sector and Birdsong Charity Consulting, figures show that among fundraisers job satisfaction has risen a tenth (10%) in the last year, now totalling three fifths (65%) of employees who are satisfied with… Read more...


Market Research Shows Shard Protest Reached Over Half Of British Public

17th July 2013 13:33

A recent YouGov survey which followed the protest of six activists from Greenpeace, shows that the stunt of climbing the Shard (Western Europe’s tallest building) attracted the attention of over half (53%) of the British population. Further in-depth… Read more...


Survey Shows Charities Should be Making Better Use of Social Media

17th July 2013 13:31

In a recent YouGov survey findings show that over a tenth (13%) of people bought something after seeing it on social media, up from just over 1 in 20 (6%) in 2012. It was heard at the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) national convention that Charities aren’t… Read more...


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