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Top facts about small charities

21/06/2017

It’s Small Charity Week – time to recognise and reflect on the work of smaller charities.
We have summarised what we know about small charities, including who they are, what they do and how their are funded.

What data do we have for small charities?

There is not one definition of small charities. The Foundation for Social Improvement, the organiser of Small Charity Week, refers to small charities as those with an income of less than £1.5m.[1]. Within the Almanac, we define micro charities as those with an income under £10,000 and small charities as those with an income under £100,000. In general, there is relatively limited financial data for micro and small organisations due to the low reporting requirements from the Charity Commission[2].

Almanac 2017 – Top facts

This is what we know about micro and small charities based on the Almanac 2017:

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Find all top facts and more information about small charities in this slide deck.

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