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Fundraising once again. Should Irish charities ask for more?

The charity sector in Ireland has had a hard time of it lately.

Blog
10 February 2016

Charities at Christmas

 

The run up to Christmas 2015 was a busy period for charities. Giving Tuesday, big TV adverts and multiple Christmas appeals meant that people had even more contact with charities than usual. But how do the UK public feel about charities at Christmas? Which campaigns are the most successful and why?

Free Report
February 2016

Five campaigns that made me emotional

Secil Muderrisoglu, nfpSynergy’s lead on brand, shares her favourite charity campaigns from 2015.

Blog
3 February 2016

Nepal’s two earthquakes in 2015

Samiksha Rai is a former nfpSynergy Research Assistant with an MBA from Johnson and Wales University in the US. She now runs a small credit chasing agency in Nepal whose clients include nfpSynergy. This is her blog about what life was like in Nepal in 2015.

 

The natural earthquake

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Blog
25 January 2016

January healthcare quiz

Where you among the 91% who got it...wrong?

Our Primary Healthcare quiz had three questions about healthcare professionals:

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Should you give?

 

Freddie Pattisson did work experience with nfpSynergy in December 2015. Here are his thoughts on the morality and effectiveness of charity

Blog
19 January 2016

New report calls for more action to minimise the effects of frontline spending cuts on charities

The new report – Challenging Cuts – Investigating the response of charities to frontline service cuts – has three main sections which have the following key points.

Part 1: The effect of government spending cuts

Press Release
15 January 2016
Scrabble letters read 'Healthcare'

The Primary Healthcare Monitor: Helping your organisation understand local healthcare priorities

The landscape of the NHS has seen major changes over the past five years. The commissioning of services has been radically altered with the creation of local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), which have unprecedented power to set their own priorities and greater control over their budgets than the Primary Care Trusts that preceded them.

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13 January 2016
Warning sign which reads 'Cut here for emergency exit'

Challenging Cuts - Investigating the Response of Charities to Frontline Service Cuts

Has the charity sector been doing enough in response to government funding cuts? ​Local authorities have been subjected to a high level of cuts in the last five years, ​with the Autumn 2015 spending review ​promising to go even further. 
 
Free Report
January 2016

What we learnt listening to fundraisers discussing the Fundraising Review

On Tuesday 15th December 2015, nfpSynergy hosted an open meeting on fundraising regulation, together with the Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy’s fundraising think tank

Blog
6 January 2016

12 Free Reports of Christmas 2015

We would like to thank our clients and partners for inspiring us to keep researching the topical issues in the sector. As part of our Social Investment programme we regularly produce Free Reports and feed our finding back to the sector so any charity regardless its size or sector can find something useful.

Free Report
December 2015

New research shows that MPs & public want tighter regulation of charity fundraising

  • Two thirds of MPs think that we need tighter regulation of charity fundraising
  • Conservative MPs are particularly unimpressed with how the sector has responded to recent media coverage and are less likely to support charity campaigns in parliament
Press Release
20 December 2015
Christmas palm

Do they know it's Christmas?

Michele Madden reports on the first findings from our online community and wonders whether charities are making the most of raising awareness and donations in December. 

Blog
15 December 2015

Long live the digital revolution in charities

There is little doubt that digital technology has transformed the lives of people in the UK. Alongside the digital giants such as Google and Yahoo who exist purely because of the digital world, startups like Uber or WhatsApp have incorporated technology into their business models and now thrive.

Free Report
December 2015

Facts and Figures - Public’s Favourite Causes

There are over 160,000 charities in the UK1, benefiting a wide range of causes from hospices to international development. We explore facts and figures to try and determine which of these causes appeal most to the general public, but find that the outcome depends on the criteria used.

Free Report
December 2015

It all comes flooding back

Joe Saxton was caught up in the floods at the weekend near his home in Keswick. Here is his moving account of what it was like

Blog
8 December 2015

Survival of the “small” in 2016

This week's blog is from P Martin Broad, who has over 30 years experience of working in the wider Community and Voluntary Sector. Martin is a Vice Chair of Bournemouth Council for Voluntary Services, Trustee of Bournemouth 2026, a Development and

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3 December 2015
Sharp as a tack

How to make additions to CAM Lite

The Charity Awareness Monitor is designed to track your brand, benchmark against others and understand sector trends.

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