The Ethical Property Foundation, is inviting charities to complete a survey about their property experiences.
The survey is part of research commissioned by the Foundation to learn more about property issues affecting charities, with a view to identifying solutions and effecting change.
Foundation Director Jo Taylor said ‘As charities tighten their belts, cutting property costs, and making money from property, are becoming even more important.
The Ethical Property Foundation offers expert advice about property issues to charities and community groups. Since 2005 our Property Advice Service has helped more than 2,000 organisations rent, buy let or manage property, saving them money and helping them avoid property risks.
The Foundation has commissioned independent consultants Campbell Tickell to undertake research into charity property issues and their causes. The findings from the survey will be complemented by research interviews with key players in the charity and property sectors. The learning from the research will be used by the Foundation to strengthen its support for charities, and to identify and tackle some of the underlying issues that result in property problems for charities.
If you would like more information about the Foundation’s work please visit our website, contact Claire Rolfe on 020 7065 0760 or follow us on Twitter, @ethicalproperty.
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