Tag Archives: Charity data

Lack of fundraising skills continues to be a challenge for small charities

NCVO investigate the finding from The Foundation for Social Improvement's (FSI) report on skills gaps of small charities. Read all about our conclusions. Continue reading

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Impact round-up: January 2019

Our first impact round-up of 2019 delves into charity ethical principles, good impact practice, data visualisation and much more. Continue reading

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Small charities: Key findings from our data

This blog summarises what we know about small charities based on the UK Civil Society Almanac 2018 and builds on our 2016 analysis for Lloyds Bank Foundation. Continue reading

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The civil society strategy: What it says about digital

The civil society strategy celebrates the opportunities brought by digital technologies throughout. Here we look at some of the promises made, as well as missed opportunities. Continue reading

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Impact round-up: June 2018

Welcome to our June impact round-up. Each month at NCVO Charities Evaluation Services we summarise the latest news in impact and evaluation and share useful guides, resources and data collection tools. Continue reading

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Public policy round-up: May 2018

This blog provides a summary of some of the key regulatory and policy developments relevant to charities that happened in May 2018. Continue reading

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Volunteering round up: May 2018

The latest news and resources on charity volunteering, including information about Volunteers Week 2018 and NCVO training courses. Continue reading

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Almanac 2018: What does the data tell us?

The NCVO’s UK Civil Society Almanac is a rich source of information on the voluntary sector. To be as complete and accurate as possible, we bring together: data from charities’ accounts, the Charity Commission’s open data and national surveys. Continue reading

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