Media office archive

CAF is one of Europe’s largest charitable foundations. We produce research on charities and charitable giving, develop policy ideas and work with people, companies and charities to help good causes thrive.

Our Media team provides journalists with comments, interviews and information. We can be contacted 24/7 and have an ISDN line for broadcast interviews.

Our historical press releases are listed below. For the most current press releases, please visit the Media Office page.


Press releases

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CAF CEO John Low: "It is great news that the Chancellor is giving them clear support".
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The Charities Aid Foundation has provided nearly £1million in loans and social investment towards the development of affordable homes in Cornwall
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Britain’s biggest companies have largely protected their charitable giving in the face of falling revenues, our new analysis shows.
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More than £50 million has now been raised for good causes through an online donation processing platform launched less than two years ago by the Charities Aid Foundation to support small and medium sized charities
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CAF responds to a new report which links membership to social clubs with longer life after retirement
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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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