CHARITY PROPERTY MATTERS SURVEY 2016 - 25/05/2016
The Charity Property Matters Survey 2016 is an important piece of voluntary sector research conducted every two years by leading property advice charity the Ethical Property Foundation in partnership with the Charity Commission. Whether your organisation rents or owns its premises, by completing the survey – which takes just 5 minutes – you will be contributing to a clear picture of the property challenges and opportunities facing the sector at this time of significant change. The finished report will be of vital importance for everyone involved in the sector, whether service users, staff, trustees, funders, advisers, landlords, policy makers or local authorities.
Please complete the Survey TODAY
The 2014 survey showed that
45% of voluntary groups viewed property as the biggest threat to their organisation’s long term sustainability.
Over 40% experienced difficulty sourcing core funding to cover premises costs.
Just one third of charities had paid for property advice in the last three years.
The Ethical Property Foundation works with charities and community groups to ensure that property is an asset, not a liability. Please help the voluntary sector find its collective voice about property and complete the Survey TODAY