Charity Financials - financial data and analysis on UK's charities
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    Unique financial overview of the total UK charities sector
    Trends, sector analysis and league tables
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    Benchmarking and reporting
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    Insight into the financial performance of UK charities
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    Latest financial data for UK's leading charities & advisers
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Charity Banking Spotlight

New Charity Banking Spotlight Report reveals 92.5% of the top 5K UK charities disclosed which bank they use and results show that Barclays now has 1018 charity clients compared to 1013 for NatWest.

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Charity Financials Insider

Investing strategies for smaller charities is it time to take the leap?

Should charities consider investing in shares which are traditionally seen as a riskier asset than cash or bonds?

The future of European funding

Brexit may mean Brexit, but what does it mean for charities bottom lines?

Independent grant-making in the balance

The top 300 independent grant-makers in the UK have increased their spend to near pre-recession levels but a slowdown in asset growth and voluntary income may herald leaner times ahead.

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