Monday, 10 December 2012

So which is right?


Two (adjecent in my reader, as it happens) reports on charities.


Analysis of quarterly Charity Commission statistics by accountant Chris Harris, drawn from charity accounts, says total income during the year rose by £3.2bn to £58.9bn

And secondly:

One in six charities believe they could face closure in the coming year amid public spending cuts and falling donations, according to a new poll.

Either one of these is wrong or else fewer charities are getting hold of the income. No idea which it is - but I have my suspicions.


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