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Survey Report on the Impact of Coronavirus on Charities

Langue: EN

Posté par Lucia Iacovone

The Charities Regulator Ireland issued an online survey to gauge the impact of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic on the sector. The Survey ran from 1 April to 13 April 2020 which was relatively early in what is a fast-moving public health crisis. The response rate was significant with 2,223 people completing the Survey.

Some key findings from the Survey are that, as a result of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic:

  • 55% of respondents said their charity’s finances were uncertain or in difficulty;
  • 68% of respondents said that their charity’s services were restricted as a result of the crisis;
  • While 29% of respondents indicated that their charity did not fundraise, of the 71% of respondents who said that their charities did fundraise, 90% stated that their charities had to cancel or postpone fundraising for 2020;
  • 54% of respondents were concerned that their charity may be unable to continue providing services for more than 6 months. Within this group, approximately 9% of respondents were 4 concerned that they may not be able to provide services for more than 1 month, 28% for more than 3 months and 17% for more than 6 months;
  • 73% of respondents said their charity trustees continued to communicate via email or by meeting remotely;
  • 52% or respondents said that they had reached out to other charities to discuss plans to deal with the current situation;
  • 89% of respondents said that due to Coronavirus (Covid-19) they regarded their charity’s annual reporting obligations and maintaining an accurate Register of Charities to be as important as always;
  • In open questions, respondents detailed how their charities were embracing technology and new practices to continue to deliver much needed services where possible and as an alternative means of fundraising.

 

Auteur(s) de la ressource: 
Charities Regulator Ireland
Date de publication:
Mardi, 19 Mai, 2020
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Études et rapports
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