The events of the past year have brought mental health to the forefront of national conversation. We explore the profile of mental health after Covid-19 with data from our research with the general public.
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.
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.
In this week's blog, Tim Harrison-Byrne reflects on some of the challenges charities have faced in recent years and highlights examples of five charity brands that have been able to stand out in this difficult climate.
A charity's logo is an important part, but not the only part, of its brand and visual identity. This week we analyse some popular charity logo elements, discuss potential pit falls of rebranding and explore what makes a strong charity brand.
Sarah has over fifteen years of experience in research and the not for profit sector, working with a range of charities and public bodies. As an Associate for nfpSynergy, she focuses primarily on desk research and analysis.
Through our research with MPs, MLAs, MSPs and MSs, we discovered that the Black Lives Matter campaign was one of the most divisive of any campaign or movement we have tested in our research in recent years (particularly in Westminster).
With over 20 years since power was devolved to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, it’s a good time to find out how well charities have adapted their structures, strategies and staffing to respond to devolution.
Loneliness is at the forefront of the public’s mind when they think about old age; but loneliness is not limited to older people. Our blog explores the impact of Covid-19 on older people charities, with a focus on how the issue of loneliness can be leveraged.