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The rich take a larger slice of the cake - Wednesday 6 June 2007

The NCVO's UK Voluntary Sector Almanac 2007 shows that charities are becoming more polarised, with larger organisations winning a greater share of the income and smaller ones struggling. Mathew Little looks at the trends.

The small community group and the large national charity are drifting further apart, according to the latest snapshot of the sector by the NCVO. The umbrella body's UK Voluntary Sector Almanac 2007, the seventh annual edition of the publication, paints a picture in which an elite of 300 charities thrives while the rest of the sector struggles with financial decline.

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