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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  • Chief Executive of Charities Aid Foundation, Sir John Low CBE
CAF's Chief Executive, John Low, comments on the publication of Labour's Better Future for Older People manifesto.
  • Stethoscope
As political parties debate the future of the NHS today, the Charities Aid Foundation has called for charities to be put at the heart of the next government’s health plans.
  • World hands
Nine out of 10 people give time and/or money according to a pioneering study of South African giving. The main motivation for personal generosity is a belief that giving can make a difference.
  • Chief Executive of Charities Aid Foundation, Sir John Low CBE
CAF Chief Executive John Low comments on the release of the SNP manifesto.
  • Lightbulb
Britons think that the wealthiest in society should donate an average of 25% of their money to charity in the course of their lives, according to research released ahead of the Sunday Times Giving List.
  • Dina Henry
A number of women were shortlisted for the 'Excellence within the non-profit sector' award but we’re delighted to announce that Dina Henry, CAF Bank Chief Commercial Officer, was the overall winner.
  • family_54
In our response to Sir David Nicholson's comment on the NHS, John Low describes how charities are already playing an important role in providing health and social care.
  • Chief Executive of Charities Aid Foundation, Sir John Low CBE
CAF's Chief Executive John Low comments on UKIP's propsals for strengthening charities, cracking down on 'fake charites' and dismantling Government support for volunteering and social action.
  • Chief Executive of Charities Aid Foundation, Sir John Low CBE
Following the announcement of the Liberal Democrat election manifesto, CAF's Chief Executive John Low comments on proposals to promote social action and volunteering in school, colleges and universities.
  • Volunteers
John Low, Chief Executive, comments on commitments to civil society in the Conservative and Green pary manifestos.
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