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August 2010
Third Sector;8/17/2010, Issue 627, p12
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The author reflects on the implications of budget reduction in Great Britain's voluntary sector. The author asserts that voluntary organizations deal with the financial realities in order to move on. He points out that the possible closure of certain organizations as a result of the autumn 2010 budget review could mean having a more focused group receiving public money.


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