This free report gives an overview of the charity landscape in Northern Ireland recently revealed by the introduction of compulsory registration in 2013.
- Before 2008 there was no dedicated public body for registering and regulating Northern Irish charities
- Almost a third of charities have an income below £5,000 per annum
- 45% of charities operate solely in their local council area
- Education and training is the most common charitable activity
- Approximately 44,703 people work in Northern Ireland’s voluntary and community sector
- Trust in charities is higher in Northern Ireland than in Britain
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