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Government spending and overall tax burden appear to bear no significant correlation to how much money people in a country give to charity.
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The charity sector could offer “great opportunities” to test new blockchain technology, according to the Charities Aid Foundation.
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Ninetynine per cent of UK lottery players would give at least some of the money away if they scooped top prize.
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Three out of five people have received unwanted Christmas presents, according to new research by the Charities Aid Foundation - but instead of trying to sell them online, the most popular way to get rid of the unwanted gifts is to give them to charity.
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Everyday appliances like washing machines could play a significant role in the future of charitable giving as smart technology and online transactions become more prevalent, a new report argues.
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Figures show a sharp surge in online donations on #GivingTuesday as millions backed one of the UK’s biggest ever days of grassroots giving
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#GivingTuesday becomes the UK’s “biggest ever day of grassroots giving”
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Celebrities are rallying around #GivingTuesday – the charitable antidote to the sales frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
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Nearly a third of people have admitted they will waste money on Black Friday, according to a poll published today by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF).
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The Charities Aid Foundation has responded to today’s Spending Review and Autumn Statement.
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