The consultancy’s ‘Charity Website Benchmarks 2007’ report looked at the websites of 120 UK charities, including the largest in terms of revenue. It found that just 14 had a clearly marked CSR policy or statement.
Those that failed the test included the RSPCA, RSPB, Christian Aid, Save the Children, National Trust and The Children’s Society.
The figure is a marked increase on the previous year, in which just three of the 110 websites analysed had such a statement. But it is still far behind the private sector.