UK Civil Society Almanac 2014 /
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What causes do people give to?

In 2011/12, as in all previous years of the UK Giving survey, medical research was the cause supported by the largest proportion of donors (33%).

Over the past eight years, the next two most commonly supported causes have been hospitals and hospices (30%) and children and young people (23%).

Religious causes attracted the largest donations with a median amount given of £20 per month and received 17% of all money donated.

Proportion of donors giving and proportion of total amount donated to causes, 2011/12
Bar chart and pie charts showing the causes people in the UK give to. 33% of donors give 15% of the total amount given to medical causes, 30% of donors give 15% of the total amount to hospitals, 23% of donors give 11% of the total amount to children's causes, and 16% of donors give 5% of the total to animal causes.
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UK Civil Society Almanac 2014 / The Voluntary Sector /Income

Published: 04-04-2014

https://data.ncvo.org.uk/a/almanac14/what-causes-do-people-give-to-2/