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Most charity workers work more than their contacted hours, survey reveals

15th June 2015 17:51

A survey by the Guardian has discovered that 95 per cent of those employed within the voluntary sector work more hours than they are contracted to, although, 47 per cent said that they are happy with the hours that they work. On average, those working in… Read more...

Survey explores what fundraising methods are most annoying

21st May 2015 16:32

A recent survey by nfpSynergy has found that 48 per cent of adults are very annoyed by most fundraising methods. However, this figure is lower than that of 2013. The survey of 1,000 adults, found that approximately 50 per cent of people find being asked to… Read more...

Voluntary sector feels left out of party election manifestos, survey reveals

6th May 2015 15:45

The Charities Aid Foundation’s latest survey has revealed that 4 in 5 people, working in the voluntary sector, believe that charities are not focused on enough in the parties' election manifestos. The survey of 114 charity workers found that just… Read more...

Less than half think CEOs of charities should be paid, survey finds

5th May 2015 15:28

A recent survey, of 1,000 members of the public, has found that 48 per cent believe chief executives of charities ‘should probably’ or ‘should definitely’ be paid. A further 26 per cent believed that charity chief executives ‘should… Read more...

Half of males do not donate to charity, survey discovers

10th April 2015 13:02

A survey conducted by Charities Aid Foundation has found that half of men do not donate any money to charity in a typical month. The report suggested that charities should do more to attract young people and males to give to charity. On the other hand, females… Read more...

Donors trust charities more if they encourage complaints, survey finds

10th March 2015 10:38

A recent study by Future Foundation, a global consumer trends and insights agency, has found that donors trust charities more if they encourage complaints. The agency also suggested that receiving complaints will help boost their marketing success, as complaints… Read more...

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