New research from the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland shows that over three quarters of people in Northern Ireland have a medium to high level of trust and confidence in charities.
Launched by the Communities Minister, this is the first such research from the regulator, and compares well with recent England and Wales research results.
The full ‘Public trust and confidence in charities’ research report (of 105 pages), as well as smaller, snapshot reports focusing on specific areas, are available from the CCNI news item. Further snapshot reports will be added over coming months.
For a quick overview, see this NICVA article.
For the recent England and Wales, and Scottish, research on trust in charities, see VoluntaryNews item from June.