It is well known that Black, Asian and other ethnic minority communities are largely under-researched in the charity sector (and beyond). Our report explores how these communities engage with charities.
To find out how charities are responding to the first phase of the Coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak, we conducted twenty-four interviews speaking to a range of charity sector staff from CEOs and directors to fundraising, marketing and communications professionals.
Understanding who gives, and why they give, helps charities to monitor giving levels and predict future income streams. However, establishing who donates to charity and how much is a contentious topic.
The last 5-10 years has seen a significant decline in the popularity of children's charities across the UK. This report reveals the declining levels of voluntary income experienced by these charities along with a slide in awareness and attitudes amongst the public and politicians alike.
This report looks at the relationship between the number of people with a particular medical condition or disability, and the size of the largest charity supporting those affected, amongst other things.
Our new report with the People's Post Code Lottery highlights how fundraising limits restrict charity lotteries, and ultimately means smaller charities lose out on funding. It also explores attitudes to charity lottery limits among MPs and the public.
Our latest Facts & Figures looks at charities and government; find out MPs preferred method of lobbying, how much central government spend on funding charities, and the intricacies of charity regulation.
ACEVO and nfpSynergy are partnering to provide ACEVO members and nfpSynergy clients with a comprehensive understanding of trust, and how it relates to charities. With this series of reports we hope to give you are a more nuanced understanding of what trust is and why it is important for your charity.
Stories in the media continue to shake the sector. We ran this survey to measure the level of trust in the charity sector shortly after the controversies around Oxfam and other charities, as well as the President’s Club fundraising event, hit the news.
It’s time for a new approach to solving the financial reporting challenges that the charity sector faces. Charity accounts, and the financial data that springs from them, should be a route to build trust in charities.