Two out of three people say charity rebrands and London offices are ‘waste of money’

Two thirds of people believe that charities spending money on rebrands and on offices in London are wasting donations, according to research from nfpSynergy.

In research released today based on a January 2015 survey of 1,000 people , nfpSynergy say that 67 per cent of people feel that charity rebrands are either “somewhat” or “very wasteful”, while 68 per cent of respondents said that same thing about charities having offices based in London.

Source: Civil Society and nfpSynergy Charity Awareness Monitor.

Published: July 7, 2015. Categories: News and Robert's Blog.

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