February 2009
Management Today;Feb2009, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impact of economic recession on various charitable institutions in Great Britain. Over 190,000 registered charities have experienced funding shortfall, with investments declining in value and the cost of fundraising going up. Falling stock and property prices have hit vital donations. Moreover, both the British Red Cross and Shelter have suffered losses from corporate backers pulling out.


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