Charitable giving in the UK: Podcast episode details
Charitable Giving in the UK, Giving Behaviour, UK Giving Report 2023, Giving Trends, Philanthropy, Volunteering, Fundraising, Cost Of Living Crisis, Donations, Philanthropists, Charity Resilience.
CAF’s UK Giving research is the largest study of charitable giving in the UK, with survey responses from a representative sample of the public each month. Around 13,000 responses were received in total. Some longer-term trend analysis is also included, using data collected over the past five years. This year’s report offers insights into how the cost-of-living crisis is impacting donations, and how the landscape has changed since the pandemic, seemingly permanently.
In this episode we discuss the findings in the report including trends in charitable giving in the UK. We also hear about the giving behaviour of high new worth individual philanthropists who CAF work with and we consider what all this means for charities now and in the future.
You can access the transcript for this episode here. It is AI generated and not 100% perfect but I think it is good enough to follow the conversation. Unfortunately, we don’t have the resource to manually make the corrections.
Catherine Mahoney is Research Manager at the Charities Aid Foundation specialising in philanthropic giving trends. You can find Catherine on LinkedIn.
Mark Greer is Managing Director, Giving and Impact at Charities Aid Foundation. He leads CAF’s philanthropy services in the UK, including donor advised funds for private clients, corporate giving services, grant making services and social investment arm, Venturesome. You can find Mark on LinkedIn and Twitter.
You can find Charities Aid Foundation on the resource links above, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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