UK charities need our support.


During these difficult times, people all over the world have joined together to help and support each other. Still, it is a reality that the sector is currently struggling.

The organisation, Probono Economics/Civil Society Media, released a survey, from 28 and 29 April 2020 on a 433 sample size, to monitor the impact COVID-19 has unfolded over non-profit organisations. See below for a summary of the findings:

  • 92% of charities expected Coronavirus to harm their ability to meet their objectives over the next six months.
  • 39% said the most significant negative impact of Covid-19 is social distancing and their ability to deliver their services.
  • 31% claim that the pandemic had affected their ability to fundraise.
  • 57% have had to reduce their activity in a significant way. Finally.
  • 44% have experienced a significant depletion of financial reserves.


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Paul Morgan, Director of Fundraising and Communication at Naomi House & Jacksplace, speaks about the challenges faced during these tough times.
To help Naomi House & Jacksplace, please donate through their website or better yet, create your own 2.6 challenge and choose them as your preferred charity.


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What are the latest initiatives to help the charity sector?

The Charity Commission for England and Wales had registered by 2018 183,795 charities. To be able to cope with the demand, some organisations have launched initiatives such as "The 2.6 Challenge", one of the most popular in the UK.


What is EllisKnight International doing to support our communities?

 EKICC – Where Charity and Recruitment go Hand in Hand.

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A brand new charter to pledge EllisKnight International's commitment to supporting our local community and our service offering to support all registered charities: