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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  • Contactless terminal
Contactless payment technology has huge potential to transform fundraising in an age where the use of cash is likely to decline, according to the Charities Aid Foundation and Save the Children.
  • Chief Executive of Charities Aid Foundation, Sir John Low CBE
John Low, Chief Executive of the Charities Aid Foundation, responds to the Queens's Speech
  • Chameleon
The appetite for professional advice on charitable giving is growing, according to 'The Art of Adaptation', a report released today by the Charities Aid Foundation.
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One in four Britons (26%) has made a donation to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) Nepal Earthquake Appeal in the two weeks since it launched, according to new research published by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) today.
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CAF responds to the appointment of Rob Wilson as Minister for Civil Society and Oliver Letwin as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in overall charge of the Cabinet Office.
  • Charity Awards 2015
Honour-based violence, deforestation in the Amazon, and sexual exploitation of girls by London gangs are just three of the problems being successfully tackled by charities shortlisted in this year’s Charity Awards.
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Chief Executive John Low responds to the 2015 General Election results.
  • Seedling
Social enterprises in Sussex now have the opportunity to apply for a package of support aimed at transforming their business as well as supporting their local community.
  • Clipboard
As Britain goes to the polls today, charities are continuing efforts to help people understand the process and cast their vote.
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New online currencies such as Bitcoin could be the answer to charities becoming more transparent over how they spend donations, says a report released today by the Charities Aid Foundation.
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