Living Wage Friendly Funders - Impact Monitoring
This survey aims to explore how charities funded by 'Living Wage Friendly Funders' are implementing the Living Wage.
The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. Your responses will help us promote the real Living Wage in the voluntary sector.
Data gathered from this survey will always be anonymised; your answers will not be attributed to your organisation.
All questions apply to full and part-time staff over the age of 18. Please do not include apprentices, interns or volunteers where the Living Wage need not necessarily apply.
The Living Wage is based on the real cost of living in the UK and in London. Living Wage Employers believe a fair day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay, they go further and choose to voluntarily pay the real Living Wage to all of their staff, including those who are contracted or outsourced. The rate is calculated annually according to the cost of living in the UK. It is currently £8.75 per hour across the UK, and £10.20 an hour in London. The rates are recalculated every year in November and employers have six months to implement any new rates.
Which Living Wage Friendly Funder(s) are you funded by?
Barrow Cadbury Trust
Big Lottery Fund
City Bridge Trust
Cromer Town Council
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Lewes Town Council
Lloyds Bank Foundation
London Borough of Brent
London Borough of Croydon
London Borough of Islington
London Borough of Lambeth
Millfield House Foundation
MK Community Foundation
Money Advice Trust
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
People's Health Trust
The Blagrave Trust
The City of London Corporation
The Friends Provident Foundation
The Goodall Foundation
The Lankelly Chase Foundation
The London Community Foundation
The Nationwide Foundation
The Staffordshire Community Foundation
Trust for London
What is the name of your organisation?
Which part of the charity sector do you operate in?
Culture and recreation
Parent Teacher Associations
Scout groups and youth clubs
Law and advocacy
Playgroups and nurseries
Employment and training
How many staff members does your organisation have at the moment?
Please include full time and part time staff. If you do not have any employed staff members you can simply enter a zero.
Is your organisation a Living Wage Employer (i.e. do you pay the Living Wage to all your employees)?
Please select yes if all employees over the age of 18 - but not including apprentices or interns - are paid the Living Wage.
Is your organisation an accredited Living Wage Employer (i.e. have you been awarded recognition from the Living Wage Foundation)?
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If the Friendly Funder(s) that you named (in question 1) funds any of your staff posts, how many of these are currently paid below the Living Wage?
Please include full time and part time staff. If this question does not apply to you (because this funder does not support your staff posts, or all these staff are earning a Living Wage, or if you do not have any staff) you can simply enter a zero. You can also type "not known" if you don't know this information.
If your organisation already pays the Living Wage to all staff, when did you put the rate in place for everyone?
If you have always paid the Living Wage, you can simply select the date that your organisation was founded.
If your organisation already pays the Living Wage to all staff, how many staff members received a pay rise when this was implemented?
If you don't know this information please type "not known".
Would you be willing for your organisation to be contacted and featured in communications materials about the Living Wage (eg, to be showcased in written or filmed case studies)?
Are you interested in receiving information about our Low Pay in the Charity Sector Action Plan? This will be launched on May 30th in response to the
we produced in November 2017 about where low pay is concentrated, and the impact the real Living Wage has on charities.
Are you interested in more information about Living Wage accreditation? If you tick yes, the Living Wage Foundation will send you an email with a pack of information, and will never share your data further.
If you have selected 'yes' to any of the 3 questions above, please complete the information below so we can contact you about the relevant question:
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Do you have any additional comments relating to the Living Wage, and paying this to employees? We welcome you to share any case studies, or examples of the benefits Living Wage funding has brought to your organisation
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