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Market Research Highlights Child Poverty Plight

6th September 2012 11:44

A recent report released by Save The Children and entitled ‘Child Poverty in 2012: It Shouldn’t Happen Here’ suggests that there are 3.5million children living in poverty in the UK, and that this figure is expected to rise by 400,000 by… Read more...


Survey Finds UK Companies Prioritise Creativity but Lack Financial Know-How

4th September 2012 16:24

A study by charity organisation Nesta, which provides investments, grants, networks and mentoring resources to businesses, has found that many ambitious creative companies are being held back by a lack of business and planning skills. The ‘Opinion Matters’… Read more...


Poll Shows Alarming Decline in Charity Donations amongst Britons

2nd August 2012 15:54

An online poll of 2,018 adult Britons on behalf of Time Investments has found that while more people are using the services of charities, there has been a marked decrease in donations by the public. In total, 9% of the respondents said they had used charities… Read more...


Research In To Charity Collaboration Recognises Strength In Numbers

9th July 2012 12:21

GfK NOP were commissioned by The Charity Commission to look in to collaboration between small charities. A charity with an annual income of less than £250,000 is considered to be small. 91% of charities fall into this category. To collect the information… Read more...


Research Gives Overview of British Charitable Trends

6th July 2012 15:36

Research published by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations and the Charities Aid Foundation gives the total amount of money donated by UK residents in 2011 to be £11 billion. In a typical month, almost 60% of adults donate money to charity.… Read more...


Survey Uncovers British Attitude to Shopping at Charity Outlets

4th July 2012 16:46

A survey of UK shoppers’ attitudes to charity shops  conducted by the University of West England has revealed that men generally shun these types of retail outlets, even though they don’t exactly know why.   Presented at the annual… Read more...


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