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WCVA – Wales Voluntary Sector Income

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WCVA are examining the current funding landscape for voluntary organisations in Wales. Richard Newton Consulting and the Chartered Institute of Fundraising Cymru are undertaking this assignment of work on behalf of WCVA. They will explore in particular the amounts raised by organisations in the voluntary sector, and the activities that they undertake to deliver this work.

By completing this survey, you’ll be helping WCVA, other support bodies and stakeholders such as the Welsh Government to:

  • Develop and produce relevant guidance, resources and training on income generation activities that will help you diversify your income
  • Advocate effectively on behalf of all voluntary organisations in Wales on issues that impact sustainability, such as commissioning and the use of dormant accounts
  • Provide you with up-to-date information and insights about which income generating activities are being under-utilised, helping you make informed and strategic decisions about your own income generation

If you would like more information about why they are doing the survey please click here.

The link to the survey is here, please complete responses by the 30th July 2021: – Welsh – English

Should you require additional information, please contact [email protected]

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