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Ireland's largest registered charities - who are they & what do they do?

Consultant and Researcher Ann Swift looks at recent publicly accessible data related to Ireland's €14bn nonprofit sector.

In a recent article on her website, Charitites Institute Ireland Consultant member Ann Swift looks at nearly a decade of data manually harvested from the financial and narrative contents of the financial statements of more than 11,240 nonprofit entities - companies, friendly societies, trade unions, cooperatives, political parties and Statutory bodies. Collated and disseminated by Benefacts, which closed when support from the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform was withdrawn in March 2022, Ann highlights useful insights contained within the data.

You can read the article and Ann's anaylsis of the data in full via her website

Ann is an independent consultant and researcher with over 20 years of experience advising organisations in the nonprofit and public sectors, and small business. My clients have included national charities, arts and culture organisations, financial services, economic development agencies, cross-border institutions, as well as small businesses in a variety of sectors. You can read more about her here


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