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Last update: Thursday 19th October
 
New research conducted for Stand Up to Cancer shows that the average British adult gives over £28,000 in total to charity during their lifetime. The study, commissioned by Hyundai UK and Stand Up To Cancer, which is part of Cancer Research UK, showed that the average UK adult gives over £28,000 to charity in a lifetime; with over £16,000 being given through direct debts, around £8,000 worth of donations to shops and more than £1,000 to collection boxes during their lifetime.
MoneyCivil Society Media - 23rd August 2017
 
Women are more likely to donate to charity and support local causes, a survey commissioned by the Institute of Fundraising has found. The survey, which was undertaken by YouGov, found that 54 per cent of women had given to a charity collection in the past 12 months, compared to 40 per cent of men.
MoneyCivil Society Media - 16th August 2017
 
Wage growth is lagging behind inflation for the first time since mid-2014. Average weekly earnings increased by 2.1 per cent in the three months to March, while inflation rose by 2.3 percent.
MoneyThe Sentinel - May 18th 2017
 
Teenagers are almost twice as likely to have fundraised for good causes than adults, new figures released by the National Citizen Service has revealed....The government backed youth volunteering programme’s research shows that 58 per cent of 16 and 17 year olds have fundraised, compared to 32 per cent of those aged over 18.
MoneyCivil Society Media - 2nd June 2017
 
Pensioner household incomes have overtaken those of working age equivalents for the first time, a new study has found. Elderly spending power has been boosted by a new wave of pensioners who tend to still be in work, own a home and receive generous pension pots, analysis by the Resolution Foundation for the Intergenerational Commission shows.
MoneyThe Sentinel – 14th February 2017
 
Overall charitable giving in the United Kingdom was up by 2.8 per cent and digital giving was up by 2.2 per cent last year, according to Blackbaud’s 2016 Charitable Giving Report.
MoneyCivil Society Media - 23rd February 2017
 
Earnings have risen fastest among the lowest paid owing to higher minimum wage levels. A 6.2 percent rise meant pay inequality narrowed between April 2015 and early April 2016.
MoneyThe Sentinel - 27th October 2016
 
British workers are facing the toughest squeeze on earnings in up to a century, a leading financial think tank has warned, after official forecasts for growth were sharply downgraded in the wake of the Brexit vote. The institute for Fiscal studies (IFS) said figures unveiled in Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement on Wednesday indicated real wages will still not have returned to pre-crash levels by 2021.
MoneyThe Sentinel - 25th November 2016
 
In the 12 months ending the second quarter of 2016, one in 541 became insolvent and every day 39 people were declared bankrupt.
MoneyFamilies First January/February 2017
 
Research published in mid-October revealed that Christian women are more generous than men when it comes to leaving gifts to charities in their wills. 65% of Christian women included a charitable gift in their will, compared with only 35% of men...Only 15.7% of all charity legacies over the past three years have been given to Christian charities or churches.
MoneyEvangelicals Now - December 2016
 
The UK is still the most generous country in Europe, but has slipped from sixth to eighth in the world, according to the latest CAF World Giving Index.
MoneyCivil Society News - 25th October 2016
 
Nearly three-quarters of people gave to charity and 70 per cent volunteered last year, according to a Cabinet Office survey published today.
MoneyCivil Society News - 20th July 2016
 
Almost a quarter of charitable giving in England and Wales is received by faith-based charities, according to a new report. Released this week, the report by think thank New Philanthropy Capital showed that almost half of all overseas aid and human rights charities are religiously based. Of this number 60% of faith-based overseas aid groups are Christian, along with 43% of human rights charities.
MoneyChristian Concern - 24th June 2016
 
The British public's "ideal charity" would spend 42 per cent of its total income on campaigning, fundraising and on running costs and the remaining 58 per cent on "helping beneficiaries", according to a new report by nfpSynergy.
MoneyCivil Society News - 23rd June 2016
 
80 per cent of people who volunteer for a charity have also made a charitable donation in the last year, according to a new survey.
MoneyCivil Society News - 23rd June 2016
 
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