Give it Your Max

GIYM is a UK tennis charity, which has the purpose of introducing primary school aged children to tennis. The majority of the children who participate in our programmes come from inner city and deprived areas throughout the UK and are those who might not otherwise receive an opportunity to play tennis without our funding. GIYM's objectives in particular targeting children of 5 - 8 years of age is to enable them to develop their social, physical and cognitive skills in a healthy, sporting environment.

What does the public think about Give it Your Max?

We ask you, the public, for your thoughts on Give it Your Max. Here are the real-time results.

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A charity's trust score is calculated from its transparency, communication, effectiveness, and repeat donation pestering scores. As we learn more about how you perceive a charity, the trust score will update to reflect a majority view.

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How transparent do you feel the charity is?

Do you feel the charity is open and honest about about their activities, fundraising and spending?

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Does the charity communicate effectively?

How good is the charity at following up with you after you've donated or interacted with them in some way?

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Do you feel the charity is effective at creating positive change?

How effective do you feel the charity is? Do you feel they have a positive impact on their cause?

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How likeable do you find the charity?

Do you find that you warm to the charity and become keen to follow the charity's progress?

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How friendly is the charity's approach to asking you for a donation?

Have you ever felt pressured or guilted into supporting the charity? Or is the charity's approach more friendly and focused on impact?

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Is donating easy and enjoyable?

How easy do you find donating to the charity? Is it an enjoyable and rewarding experience?

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Does the charity pester you for repeat/further donations?

After you've made a donation, do you feel pressured by the charity to make further or regular donations?


BAD = I've felt a lot of pressure

GREAT = I've never felt any pressure

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Does the charity send you unneccesary and unwanted marketing junk?

Do you receive unwanted "gifts" like pens, magnets and badges in the mail?


BAD = Way too much

GREAT = I've not received any unwanted gifts

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Does the charity offer many opportunities for volunteering?

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Do you find the charity's website easy to use?

How easily are you able to navigate around the charity's website? Are you able to find everything you want to quickly?

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How social is the charity?

Is the charity active and engaging with supporters on social media?

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How Give it Your Max receives and spends funds

Here's the latest publicly available financial information for Give it Your Max. This information is supplied by the charity to the charities commission and displayed here to help you make more informed decisions about your giving.

Income

ยฃ610K

Data for financial year ending March 2012

  • Donations & Legacies
    ยฃ0
  • Other Trading Activities
    ยฃ595K
  • Investments
    ยฃ15.2K
  • Charitable Activities
    ยฃ0

Expenditure

ยฃ75.5K

Data for financial year ending March 2012

  • Charitable Activities
    ยฃ68.9K
  • Other Activities
    ยฃ0
  • Raising Funds
    ยฃ6.6K

Financial History

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