Postcode lottery of funding cuts

Ricketts, Andy
March 2012
Third Sector;3/13/2012, Issue 698, p14
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the report released by chief executives group Acevo on the British government's Transition Fund for 2012. The find aims to provide grants to charities facing significant cuts in public funding. Acevo's report analyzed any trends for circulation around government. The author raised concerns over the report's assessment of where the cuts to the applicant organizations will hit the hardest. The report raised the difficulty of making credible assessment of the cuts.


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