The impact of a changing financial climate on a UK local charitable sector: voices from the front line
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AbstractForced to compete with private and public sector providers, charities experience tensions as the quest for a more commercially-oriented position may conflict with their social imperative. Research has examined the broader impact of recent policy changes on the charitable sector, yet less attention has been given to understanding the experiences of local charities as service providers. This article captures the experiences of those working on the front line of charities and analyses their responses to the current funding environment.
CitationGlennon, R., Moxham, C., and Meehan, J. 'The impact of a changing financial climate on a UK local charitable sector: voices from the front line', Public Money & Management, 37(3), pp. 197-204.
PublisherRoutledge (Taylor & Francis)
JournalPublic Money and Management
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