This report details the latest findings from our survey which asked funded partners about the impact of the pandemic on their organisation and project participants.
This report is based on anecdotal evidence from 80% of People’s Health Trust funded partners. It identifies challenges projects have faced and how they have adapted to Covid-19 between March to May 2020.
A Trust-funded report by the Living Wage Foundation and released as part of Living Wage Week 2017, looks at the proportion of workers across the charity sector who are not paid the real Living Wage.
The report looking at the economic impact of paying the real Living Wage – the Local Living Wage Dividend - was commissioned by the Living Wage Foundation, and part-funded by People’s Health Trust.
This report, developed by one of People’s Health Trust’s learning partners, the New Economics Foundation (NEF), is a literature review of the evidence base around the relationship between collective control and health inequalities.
Following on from the Low Pay in the Charity Sector report, the Living Wage Foundation sought to explore the barriers and opportunities for charities paying the real Living Wage. The Action Plan looks at case studies including one from People's Health Trust.