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Majority of MPs Think Generous Salaries are Unacceptable in Charities, Survey Shows

25th September 2014 11:01

Almost half (47%) of MPs think it is unacceptable for charities to pay highly positioned members of staff salaries over £100,000 a year, compared to around one third (35%) who thought it was appropriate. The survey also questioned 480 charity staff… Read more...

MPs Split on Whether Charities Should Challenge Government, Study Shows

25th September 2014 11:00

A recent study has shown political divide when it comes to whether or not charities should be allowed to challenge the government and political parties. The survey, which questioned 154 MPs, discovered that around two fifths of Conservative MPs think it is… Read more...

Market Research Shows More People Are Volunteering in Britain

8th September 2014 10:43

New research has shown that the number of people sacrificing their time to volunteer has reached its highest level in 10 years. The report - ‘The New Alchemy’ - found that over one quarter (26%) of the British public had given time in the last… Read more...

Public Think Charities Spend Unacceptable Amount on Admin, Survey Shows

25th July 2014 13:30

According to a recent survey, the British public tend to overestimate how much charities spend on fundraising and administration, and underestimate how much is actually spent on the charity’s cause. The study’s findings showed that the public… Read more...

Scotland Divided on Impact Independence Will Have on Charities, Survey Shows

16th July 2014 13:53

A recent survey, conducted by nfpSynergy, has highlighted an evident divide within Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) and members of the public when it comes to the impact Scottish independence will have on its charities. Findings showed that 19 of… Read more...

London-based Offices and Re-branding Seen as Wasteful for Charities, Survey Shows

7th July 2014 12:35

A study looking into the public’s opinion of charities has discovered that a large proportion see re-brands and London-based offices as a waste of money. Almost seven in 10 (69%) said that London-based offices would be an improvident way for charities… Read more...

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