81 per cent of small and medium charities ‘struggling’ to survive, says survey
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27 Aug 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Just over 80 per cent of small and medium charities are struggling to obtain enough funding and a further 63 per cent are “seriously worried” about ongoing income, according to a report released by Lloyds Bank Foundation.

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