At nfpResearch, we have been thinking, like almost every other organisation right now, about how the events of recent years have impacted how we work. More people than ever are tele-commuting from their living rooms, and if the headlines are to be believed, returning to the office has become a sore subject for many of them. So, we’re doing a survey to find out how the charity sector is currently choosing to work, which you can take here.
Our blog this week highlights three key findings from our latest charity survey with individuals who identify as LGBTQ+, including faviourite charity causes, levels of trust in charities and other institutions, and whether charities are seen as supporters of the LGBTQ+ community.
Last year, we released our ‘Going Viral’ report, exploring the initial response to the Covid-19 outbreak by charities. This is the second year of Covid-19, and it was time to revisit and delve into the experiences of charities in the sector again to take a longer-term perspective on the pandemic and its impact on the sector.
This week we're sharing what we've learnt about MPs' favourite charity causes. We take a look at some differences (and similarities) between parties, as well as with the general public.
We've released a brand new report that reviews research on how to measure staff engagement and why it's so important.
This blog follows our report titled 'Why survey (charity) staff?'. We highlight why, in the wake of reports on toxic work cultures and #NotJustNCVO, understanding (and acting on) the views and experiences of charity staff and volunteers is so important.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it unprecedented turbulence, impacting on life throughout the world. This report looks at some of the impacts it has had on the UK charity and voluntary sector over the last year. Charities have been impacted on numerous levels, including their income from a range of sources, volunteering opportunities, services provided and working practices.
This week's blog explores the first of three reports by Joe Saxton and Sarah Eberhardt about the impact that Covid-19 has had on charities over the last year and what the future is looking like for the sector.