Individual giving in Britain: donor profile and trends

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Here comes the flood?
The changing landscape for charities and
voluntary organisations
Karl Wilding
NCVO
#InvolveAPC
@karlwilding
The current environment
Most important Gov’t priorities in deciding who to vote for
at GE2015
47%
44%
42%
26%
25%
23%
23%
21%
16%
16%
Q. Below is a list of priorities for a potential Government to have, please select the three which you would consider most important when deciding
who to vote for at a General Election? Base: adults in marginal constituencies (n=1,038) Source: ComRes
Voluntary sector income/expenditure
Source: NCVO/TSRC, Charity Commission
Sources of income
Income sources
2000 – 2012
(£ billions, real
terms)
Volunteering
Proportion of
people formally
volunteering,
2001 – 2012/13
(% of
respondents)
Where next?
Barnet: The graph of doom
12
New ways to give, borrow, share… #crowdfunding
Source: Nat Cen, Guard
22
The State
(Public Agencies)
Public
Private
Voluntary
Sector
The Community
(Households,
Families)
The Market
(Private Firms)
Source: Evers & Laville, 2004
Here comes the flood?
What will the voluntary sector look
like in the future?
Provocations: Future of the sector?
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Voluntary ‘sector’ growth
From fundraising to resource raising
Social action: wider, shallower, stronger
Millennials (politicians?) are sector agnostic
Digital disruption, innovation
Public trust
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