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73 per cent of charity employees are female, survey finds

1st October 2015 11:26

A recent survey of the third sector has revealed that 73 per cent of charity employees are women, with many of them working in non-managerial positions. The findings are based on a survey of 73 organisations with a collective workforce of 60,000 people. According… Read more...

Research finds charity supporters want to be updated after donating

8th September 2015 13:10

A recent survey carried out on behalf of the Charities Aid Foundation, as part of its on-going UK Giving study, has revealed that many donors want to be kept in-the-loop with news about the work of the charities they donate money to. Of the respondents, 81… Read more...

Attractive people more likely to generate charity donations, survey finds

13th August 2015 12:21

A recent survey by The British Heart Foundation has revealed that 29 per cent of men and 12 per cent of women would be more likely to donate to charity if they deemed the fundraiser to be good-looking. The survey of 2,000 adults in the United Kingdom also… Read more...

Survey finds fundraising methods have become more aggressive since 2010

12th August 2015 12:02

A recent survey conducted by the ethical search engine, Storm, has revealed that fundraising methods have become more aggressive in the last 5 years, since 2010. The survey revealed that 75 per cent of the general public feel that charities have become more… Read more...

Survey finds the amount of people volunteering has not improved

28th July 2015 14:30

The most recent Community Life survey by the Cabinet Office has discovered that the amount of adults in England, who are opting to take part in formal volunteering, has not changed over the last year. The researchers questioned more than 2,000 adults in England… Read more...

Children’s charities impacted by Government cuts, survey finds

30th June 2015 15:32

The most recent research into charities’ accounts has revealed that income from the Government decreased by £152.6m, for children and young people’s charities, between 2012 and 2013. The survey – which was conducted on behalf of the… Read more...

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