More than 2,000 charities and community groups face cuts | Blog | False Economy

A new study by the United Kingdom’s False Economy has revealed that the most vulnerable in society face significant cuts in vital services that allow them to live independently. The research — based on hundreds of freedom of information requests — found that more than 2,000 charities and community groups which provide services to the elderly, abused women, vulnerable children and people with disabilities will have their funding reduced or eliminated. Read more…

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