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CAF UK GIVING 2015

This report offers and overview of charitable giving in the UK during 2015.

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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.

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KEY FINDINGS

  • 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 

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UK Giving 2015 stats

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