Media office

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. Call us on 03000 123 286.

Press releases

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Press office direct line (24 hours): 03000 123 286

 

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The 500 social investments have given a lifeline to hundreds of charities and social enterprises covering a multitude of causes.
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The UK has a proud tradition of being one of the most generous countries in the world when it comes to supporting good causes. But charities know that the generosity of their supporters is dependent on trust.
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People are leaving record amounts of money to armed forces charities in their wills, according to new analysis released today by the Charities Aid Foundation.
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While we now have certainty over the referendum result, the repercussions of Britain’s decision to withdraw from the European Union are far from clear.
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Scrutiny of how the international aid budget is spent should be welcomed not feared. But it is important that we properly weigh any scepticism against the collective actions of people in the UK.
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Royal support for charities plays a ‘crucial’ role in encouraging young people to give money to good causes, according to new research by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF).
CAF Trustee Alison Hutchinson has been awarded a CBE for services to the economy and charities in the Queen’s 90th Birthday Honours.
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Giving to charity is a big part of our way of life in the UK and this is the definitive, most-up-to-date account of how we do it
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Plans announced in today's Queen’s speech will open many opportunities for charities to share their expertise and play a supportive role in providing services.
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Tax incentives encourage people and businesses to give more to charity but are too often skewed in favour of the wealthy and causes favoured by governments, according to a report by the Charities Aid Foundation
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