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Charities scandal hits giving figures

Two-thirds of Irish people are less likely to donate time and money to charities in the wake of the charities' finance scandal.

16th March, 2014

Two-thirds of Irish people are less likely to donate time and money to charities in the wake of the charities' finance scandal, according to the latest round of consumer research by agency Carat.

Nine out of 10 charity donors no longer completely trust charities, according to the survey. Twenty per cent of respondents, however, said that recent revelations about the Central Remedial Clinic and Rehab had no effect on their estimation of charities and charitable organisations.

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