'We are changing the fundamentals.'

Jowell, Tessa
May 2011
Third Sector;5/10/2011, Issue 659, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses significant changes in the British voluntary sector. It describes the views given by Minister for Civil Society Nick Hurd on the financial and operational challenges being faced by charities in the country. Some policies established to help charities deal with previous budget cuts are reported. An analysis of the effectiveness of various non-profit sector initiatives such as giving, volunteering, and community action is also presented.


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