This is important: it describes the world as is now, but our challenge is that we are starting to transiton to a world where the millentials are giving smaller amounts of time, not necessarily for the same organisations. Much of my talk is about where next.
It’s not just about the financial crisis though: its about the relentless pressure of demographic (and social) change: a rapidly ageing, more atomised population that will demand greater levels of public services.
And that’s before we’ve even got into a discussion about changing expectations.
Currently, people on average visit their GP 6 times a year; that compares with roughly 3 times a year 20 years ago.
Local govt funding - worse than we think? Large charities and public services now experiencing stress Hammond - the end of Austerity?
Look at this absolute unit…
New types of role – Edward Parr, the human sat nav, wrexham hospital http://www.itv.com/news/wales/2016-04-07/human-sat-nav-encourages-people-to-volunteer-at-hospitals/
Maude agenda re transparency likley to continue NCVO and IfG pushing on transparency in contracts But debate imminent on Freedom of Information and its application to charities
Welsh Polish Association in Llanelli found this note pinned on their door this morning.
A4: Key policy trends and issues for charities: What they mean for you
KEY POLICY TRENDS FOR
WHAT THEY MEAN FOR YOU
Director of Public Policy, NCVO
Head of Policy, NCVO
THE POLICY LANDSCAPE
82% of the
organisations… … account for
80% of total
£0-£100k annual income
£1m+ annual income
…share 5% of total income
3% of voluntary organisations…
INCOME FROM GOVERNMENT