UK Giving (2011)

April 2013

UK Giving is an annual survey that began in 2004/5 and provides the latest research on individuals' giving to charity - how much is given, who the donors are, where the donations go and the trends over time. The survey is commissioned by the National Council for Voluntary Organisation (NCVO) and Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), and is carried out in three waves (June, October and February) by the Office of National Statistics as a module in the Omnibus survey. The survey interviews adults aged 16 and over in their homes about their giving over the past month, and typically has a sample size of more than 3,000.

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  • Civil society
  • Government, legal and tax issues
  • Philanthropy stats & trends