Charities powered by small ‘Civic Core’

A new report by the Charities Aid Foundation discovers that nine per cent of people give 66 per cent of the time and money donated to charities in Britain, who they describe as the country’s “Civic Core”, while 24 per cent do little or nothing for charity. The report aims to spark a debate about ways to make Britain a more generous society by showing the big differences in attitudes.

CAF news release or download ‘Britain’s Civic Core – Who are the people powering Britain’s charities?’ direct, pdf 952KB from https://www.cafonline.org/PDF/CAF_Britains_Civic_Core_Sept13.pdf.