Third Sector Trends is a long-term study of the voluntary and community sector. It began in Yorkshire and Humber in 2010 with a baseline study of the structure and scale of the sector.
In 2013 surveying began across the region. This has been repeated in 2016 and most recently in 2019. This provides a unique resource of evidence for Yorkshire and Humber which is widely used by policy makers and practitioners.
As such it forms part of a wider study which runs across the North of England. All reports from the study are hosted by Community Foundation serving Tyne & Wear and Northumberland who fund the study in North East England and are responsible for its legacy.
The full Yorkshire and Humber report on the 2019 study will be published on 18th June 2020 by Community Foundation serving Tyne & Wear and Northumberland alongside all other reports from the research programme, and can be downloaded here: Third Sector Trends in Yorkshire and Humber 2020.
Alternatively you can download the report here: THIRD SECTOR TRENDS YORKSHIRE AND HUMBER 2020