Arkin, Anat
September 2011
Public Finance;Sep2011, Issue 9, p32
Trade Publication
The article examines the impact of budget cuts on third sector organisations especially those that rely on public funding in Great Britain. According to the research by anti-cuts organisation False Economy, community groups and charities are facing budget cuts as local authorities reduce or withdraw their financial support. One of the affected charities is the Action on Hearing Loss in which 45% of its funding comes from public sources.


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