It's Christmas time and as per tradition we're giving away 12 more of our reports. They address key issues like lobbying, fundraising and trust, plus a couple of niche ones like Gift Aid and media spending. Enjoy!
Over a quarter of UK adults say they have volunteered in the last three months
Patterns of adult charity awareness and engagement formed over teenage years, new research shows
Thank you to everyone who attended our Insights event. If you couldn't make it, thank you for your interest in the event and we hope to see you next time.
Our presentations are now available for free download on this page for anyone who would like them.
This is a report we wrote to compare the "social media presence" (index reflecting Facebook ‘likes’, Twitter ‘followers’ and YouTube ‘subscribers’) of all UK charities. The report also analyses the Top 50 UK charities by fundraised income - comparing the Top 25 of those against the 25 most popular UK shops, and the Top 25 FTSE companies by market capitalization.
How do top charities compare with private sector giants? And is there a correlation between a charity’s income and its social media presence? Read on.
The UK has seen hard times lately. These trends affect charities across the board: just as a rising tide lifts all ships, a sinking economy drops them. What’s more intriguing are the instances we see of specific causes changing in popularity over a turbulent period such the past few years, or even on a longer scale.