Sharp fall in fundraising income predicted for 2009

Ainsworth, David
August 2009
Third Sector;8/11/2009, p2
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the "Charity Market Monitor" report which showed that fundraising income for the largest charities in Great Britain could fall by 185 million British pounds in 2009 compared with the previous year. It revealed that overall income increased by 0.9% and expects that income is likely to decline significantly in the year ahead. It also highlights other trends in charity income such as the rapid growth of the top 10 fundraising charities.


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