Third Sector Trends Study 2019 Update

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The Third Sector Trends project in Leeds need to hear from you, whether you are large or small, thriving, struggling or going on more or less as normal. 

This is a long-term study in the North of England on voluntary and community organisations, social enterprises, cooperatives, community businesses and informal clubs, groups and societies (the ‘third sector’) which started in 2010 and runs right across the North of England.

https://durham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/third-sector-trends-in-the-north-of-england-2019-live-s-2

The survey takes about 15-20 minutes to complete and you shouldn’t need to check up any facts and figures to fill it in.

For those of you who don’t know much about the study you can download the report from the 2016 study when they got over 1000 returns. But they have new areas of analysis this time on local impact, community business and relationships with grant makers amongst other things.

There’s been a bit of a slow start in some parts of  West Yorkshire compared with 2013, but things are picking up now that they have relaunched using Charity Commission email listings. Leeds is doing well at the moment thanks in particular to strong support from the Community Foundation, CCG and VAL.

Headline findings will be published in December 2019 and the full results will be freely available from spring 2020.

If you would like more information or would like to to discuss the study more and how to get a good response in your areas of interest please contact Professor Tony Chapman, Director of Research, Policy&Practice,  St Chad’s College, Durham University

Mobile: 0794 902 2627

Office: 0191 334 3327 (with voice mail)

Email: tony.chapman@durham.ac.uk

 

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About the Author:

Sean Tunnicliffe
Sean is the communications Officer at Leeds Older People’s Forum (LOPF) and also deals with admin and office management. He enjoys the wide variety of his role which covers things like designing reports and documents, organising meetings, putting together ebulletins, writing blogs, updating the LOPF website and social media and making sure that the office never runs out of milk. He has worked in the third sector since 2001 first with Volition and then LOPF and is the longest serving member of the Forum Central team. Previous to this Sean had mainly worked in horticulture and also had a spell managing a newsagent shop.

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