It is well known that Black, Asian and other ethnic minority communities are largely under-researched in the charity sector (and beyond). In 2019, we established a yearly research syndicate to explore how these audiences engage with charities. In this free report, we release some of the key findings from our November 2019 - January 2020 research.
This free report explores the (at times controversial) issue of charging for your charity services. We ask: Can (and should) charities charge their beneficiaries to make up for falling fundraising income? And what happens when they do?
This updated PEST report examines how the world might change for charities over the next 20 years because of Covid-19. We have updated our predictions initially published in December 2019.
To find out how charities are responding to the first phase of the Coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak, we conducted twenty-four interviews speaking to a range of charity sector staff from CEOs, directors, heads and officers working in strategy, fundraising, marketing and communications, and some front-line staff working on service provision. See what they had to say in this free report.
Show me the money! The challenges in how charities present their financial information to the public
How charities spend their money remains a key concern for current and potential donors. In this report we examine how a selected sample of UK charities present their key financial information to the general public, exploring both the content and form of this information. We find th
With 2020 just around the corner, Joe Saxton has been thinking - what will world the world look like for charities 20 years from now?
Review key findings from Malcom John's Action for Trustee Racial Diversity report with some interesting statistics including:
Understanding who gives, and why they give, helps charities to monitor giving levels and predict future income streams. However, establishing who gives and how much they give is a contentious topic.
This 2019 report is based on updated research first conducted five years ago, in early 2014. The report looks at the relationship between the number of people with a particular medical condition or disability and the size of the largest charity supporting those affected.
Our new report with the People's Postcode Lottery highlights how fundraising limits affect charity lotteries- and ultimately hurt smaller charities.
Our Facts & Figures reports are free, bite-sized offerings chock full of interesting statistics for the charity sector. In our latest report, we're drilling down in to charities and their relationship with the UK Government. Download the full report below.