Business of Sport: Participation sports finally getting into their stride

Beleaguered charities stand to benefit as this sector grows, writes Michael O'Keefe.

11th May, 2014

The charity sector has been rocked by almost six months of negativity and controversy. The ills of a few have highlighted a perceived lack of transparency and poor governance. It is therefore little shock that consumer attitudes to the charity sector have hardened.

An illustration of this can be seen in the Amárach Research on Attitudes to Giving, published in March of this year, which showed that 62 per cent said that the Central Remedial...

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