The generosity and charitable giving of the UK Muslim community is well-reported. Muslims remain the faith group which donates the most overall on an annual basis to charitable causes and there are over 2,000 Muslim-led charities across the UK, ranging from small mosque social action programmes to large NGOs. Relying on a donor base is the normal for these charities but now those same donors are amongst the many who also require support. Why then does funding seem to be out of reach?
Many charities which are based on or serve specific cultures, may experience similar issues. BAME groups have not received the resources and funds that they need both prior to and since Covid-19.
So, why are funders failing charities and what are the possible recommendations?
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