From UK Fundraising
Nine-in-ten charities say the pandemic has negatively affected their ability to fulfil their objectives, with Covid-19’s impact on service delivery and fundraising their biggest challenges, according to Pro Bono Economics’ weekly survey, which monitors the impact of the pandemic on charities and voluntary organisations across the UK.
406 charities completed Pro Bono Economic’s survey over the 12 and 13 of May. These were split between 125 small charities (annual income of less than £500,000), 211 medium sized charities (£500,000 and £10 million), 67 large charities (£10 million or more), and three ‘others’.
Charities stated their biggest challenges were:
- The impact of social distancing on their ability to deliver their services (38% of respondents)
- The way in which Covid-19 has affected their ability to fundraise (30%)
- Its effect on their ability to plan ahead (22%)
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