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    1. CAF welcomes party leaders’ commitments to Legacy 10 campaign
    2. CAF welcomes launch of Give More campaign
    3. New online tool for charities makes social investment simple
    4. Religious donors give more than double those of no faith
    5. Paul Cheng moves on from CAF
    6. Ted Hart appointed new CEO of CAF America
    7. CAF respond to arts donation figures
    8. Government urged to foster stronger giving culture
    9. Tax changes could strangle major donations - says charity
    10. Motherhood can change our giving
    11. CAF and Legal & General to launch pioneering local social investment scheme
    12. Charity staff in Kent help bring in £37,000 for Sport Relief
    13. CAF leads campaign with NCVO to drop ‘charity tax’
    14. Philanthropists say Budget change will slash charitable donations
    15. CAF responds to Chancellor's comments about tax relief
    16. Top charity execs: Government cap on tax relief will hit donations from major donors
    17. Poll reveals scale of backbench discontent on charity tax changes
    18. CAF responds to comments made by Treasury minister David Gauke
    19. South London music charity keeps up their good work
    20. Fewer than one in four support Government tax relief cap on charitable donations
    21. CAF congratulates winners of 2012 Business Charity Awards
    22. The Sunday Times Giving List 2012
    23. Charity Awards 2012 shortlist
    24. Charity Tax cap will cost society up to £1.5 billion a year
    25. Pasty tax and caravan tax: charity tax must be next to save “Big Society” says charity
    26. Our response to Government u-turn on charity tax
    27. Her Majesty’s Charity Work is an Example to the World
    28. HALO Trust wins top award at Charity Awards 2012
    29. Government announces endowment funds to arts organisations
    30. CAF comments on Government's announcement on Giving
    31. Donations to Armed Forces charities surge, while giving to other charities dips
    32. United Score in First Premiership Battle as Britain’s First League of Giving is Revealed
    33. CAF Social Impact Fund supports 80,000 in a year, as demand for charity funding grows
    34. Community sports clubs and charities face 15% slump in income – despite 'Olympic Effect'
    35. Make people with disabilities role models say public as Paralympic Effect takes hold – poll
    36. Payroll Giving organisations seek ways to work together
    37. Banking reforms will cost charities millions, say charity leaders
    38. Ed Balls Tops CAF's Generation Game
    39. Charities face generation time-bomb, as younger people lose the habit of giving – report
    40. Government-backed programme to fund ‘good causes’ launches
    41. Government payment by results reforms risk leaving charities in the cold – report
    42. Banking Reform Bill will leave charity cash at risk
    43. CAF responds to PM's announcement on payment-by-results contracts
    44. CAF contact centre 7th in top industry award
    45. Donations to charity fall by 20% as fewer people give, UK Giving 2012 finds
    46. Charities Aid Foundation backing this year’s Children in Need
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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.

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Three great ideas for corporate charitable giving in 2014

1. The CAF Staff Charity Fund, working together through payroll giving

In recent years the number of emergency appeals prompted by environmental disasters has increased the demand for responsive charitable donations.

The CAF Staff Charity Fund is a simple way for your organisation to encourage employees to work together by combining their CAF Give As You Earn donations.

The money in the Staff Charity Fund can then be used in response to any emergency appeal or to support a charitable organisation of your employees’ choice at any time.

A CAF Staff Charity Fund has no set-up cost. The 1% fee can be taken straight from the fund, or your organisation can show its support for your employees’ commitment to charity by paying these fees.

2. Social investment, a different way to support the charitable sector

Our Parliamentary inquiry on Growing Giving highlighted that many organisations are keen to use their experience and resources to generate a real social impact that aligns to their business. Social investment is one way to achieve this because it allows a business to create a positive impact on relevant social issues, in a financially sustainable way.

Social investment funds like CAF Venturesome enable you to lend your organisation’s charitable funds to social enterprises and charities to help them grow and develop.

Is social investment right for your organisation?

3. Creating your own corporate foundation

Using a CAF Company Account to establish a corporate foundation is a simple way to unite your company’s charitable activities. It doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated and we can provide support at every step of your journey.

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Our expert advisors can help you create and deliver a corporate responsibility programme.

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