Setting up and running a charity – research and analysis

Public trust and confidence in charities (RS31)

Charity Commission study into public trust and confidence in charities - 2014

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Public trust and confidence in charities

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Public trust and confidence in charities: analysis of findings

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This report presents the findings of the commission’s study into public trust and confidence in charities.

This research monitors progress against earlier studies on the same topic. It also covers new areas of interest, such as trust in charities to provide various public services.

The main objectives of the report are to:

  • investigate overall public trust and confidence in charities
  • explore the key drivers for overall trust
  • explore variations in age, gender and socio-economic group
  • compare results against other areas of society, for example doctors, police and politicians