Pro Bono Economics free resource: MPs and their charity experience

Pro Bono Economics has released an incredibly useful tool for charities to find MPs more likely to support their cause.

Pro Bono Economics says:

“The 2024 General Election brought 335 new MPs into the House of Commons. For the many charities that seek to influence parliamentarians, this creates a significant challenge. That’s 335 new MPs to research and sift through to try and understand if they might be inclined to support a charity’s cause.

Many small charities cannot afford parliamentary monitoring systems or expensive agencies to do that sifting for them. If hundreds of organisations all undertake the same research into those MPs’ backgrounds, it means massive amounts of duplication and wasted time for already time-starved organisations.”

The result is a comprehensive, freely available resource showing which MPs have experience, or have supported different types of charities. This will be an invaluable resource for charities seeking to engage with the new government, making the most of the opportunities the immediate post-election period brings.

You can find the tool here: Free Resource: MPs and their experience in the charity sector | Pro Bono Economics



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