Smaller charities have played a key role in supporting people and communities throughout the pandemic in a way that public services and mutual aid could not, a new report has found.
The Value of Small in a Big Crisis report finds that small charities responded effectively because they are distinctive in who they serve, how they carry out their work, and the role they play in their communities.
'Without our services the lives of some of our community members would have been at risk'
The report, commissioned by Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales, found that small, medium and local charities, those with an income of between £10,000 and £1m, “showed up and stuck around”
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