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Increase in demand, rising workloads and static income has small charities fearing closure, says the ‘Shifting Sands of the Small Charity Sector’ research report from the FSI
Press Releases • Jun 18, 2015 14:23 BST
New research released this Small Charity Week by the Foundation of Social Improvement (FSI) focussing on small charity trends over eighteen months shows increases in demand for services, rising workloads and static income have one in ten small charities fearing closure during the next 12 months.
New Research shows small charities continue to see an increase in demand for services whilst skills-gaps consistently decrease their ability to deliver
Press Releases • Jun 11, 2015 01:00 BST
The FSI’s biennial Small Charity Skills Gap research shows small charities are experiencing significant skills-gaps which impact on their ability to deliver services.
Press Releases • Jun 19, 2014 17:00 BST
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Blog posts • Apr 25, 2018 16:08 BST
Blog posts • Apr 19, 2018 10:14 BST
KWDT, Uganda was set up 21 years ago by Margaret Nakato. The aim was to empower women to engage in economic and social development processes that lift them out of poverty, improve health and give them a voice. Today, this small NGO enables nearly 600 women to learn and work together through 19 women’s groups around the shores of Lake Victoria, in and around the village of Katosi (24km from Kampala
Blog posts • Mar 16, 2018 15:36 GMT
The charity sector has been on a rollercoaster over the past few years with a number of different negative stories impacting the sector as a whole. On top of this, small charities are continuing to face heavy cuts and competition for funding when demand for services is drastically increasing. 83% of British households stated they used a charity's services in 2016!
Blog posts • Jun 23, 2017 11:50 BST
To Celebrate Small Charity Big Impact Day of Small Charity Week the FSI's Alex talks about Impact Measurement and Social Return on Investment