Cost of living
Britain is in crisis. How much can we ask of charities?
By Dan Corry .
On 23 January 2023.
How much can we ask of charities? Where is the line between what should be done by charities and what should be done by the state?
Even where charity demand is falling, funder support is crucial
By Naomi Chapman .
On 5 January 2023.
For a notable subsection of the charity sector in the UK, where services have a cost to users, demand is likely to fall over the winter. However, it’s just as important that funders put in place a considered response to help these charities.
What we can learn from disaster fundraising
By Andy Beeforth.
On 22 November 2022.
In this guest blog, Andy Beeforth shares five key lessons from Nottingham Trent University’s evaluation of the Trust’s £100m Coronavirus Appeal
How to talk to funders about the cost-of-living crisis
By Naomi Chapman, and Hannah Kowszun .
On 1 November 2022.
What to discuss with funders and donors during the cost-of-living crisis.
How charities should approach their investments during a cost-of-living crisis
By Emily Petersen, Portfolio Director and Sustainability Lead, Cazenove Capital.
On 21 October 2022.
In this guest blog, Emily Petersen from Cazenove Capital shares advice on how charities should re-evaluate their investment strategy during the cost-of-living crisis.
The cost of living crisis: Q&A with Disability Rights UK
By Dan White.
On 26 September 2022.
This is a question and answer piece with the charity Disability Rights UK. This is the third in a series of interviews which further explore the impact of the cost of living crisis on individuals and charities.
Working with charities during the cost-of-living crisis
By Leah Davis, and Theo Clay .
On 22 September 2022.
Local and national charities can be a vital partner for MPs, providing frontline insights, up-to-date data and intelligence, and a reliable place to refer people who need urgent help.