CORPORATE GIVING BY THE FTSE 100, 2009-14

Britain’s biggest companies have largely protected their charitable giving in the face of falling revenues, new analysis shows.

 FTSE 100 companies donated an average of 1.9% of pre-tax profits in 2014, according to new research published today by the Charities Aid Foundation. It means that giving as a percentage of pre-tax profits among companies on the exchange is at its highest level since 2009.

CAF’s report, Corporate Giving by the FTSE 100, analysed the annual and corporate responsibility reports from 2009 to 2014 of every company on the index, analysing donations of money, time, management services and in-kind donations.

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