A look at how individuals give
to charity in the UK
The UK Giving report is a comprehensive survey reviewing how individuals give to charity. This report looks into how much is donated, who the donors are, where the donations go and the trends over time.
Download the UK Giving report.
Key findings in this report include:
- Two in three people (67%) have given to charity in the last year and two in five people (42%) have given in the last month.
- The average monthly amount given by a donor in 2015 is £14
- Cash is still the most popular way of giving to charity.
- Giving saw a peak in May 2015, shortly after the DEC launched their Nepal Earthquake appeal
- The West Midlands and London are the only regions where less than three-quarters have participated in charitable or social action in the last year.
- 16-24s are more likely to give to educational institutions
- 25-44s are more likely to give to children/young people’s causes
- 45-64s to animal charities, conservation/environment/heritage and overseas aid
- 65+ favour religious causes and hospitals/hospice
Learn more about these findings and all the latest research when you download the UK Giving report.