More charities ‘having problems securing funding for property costs’

A survey by the Ethical Property Foundation and the Charity Commission finds that nearly 60 per cent now struggle with this, compared with 41 per cent in the last survey two years ago.

Many Charities have no property strategy even at a  basic level and property should be reinforced as a key trustee responsibility.

 

For full survey see https://goo.gl/oqOBtV

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