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An organisation representing Britain's big charity chiefs says the Prime Minister is failing on the 'Big Society', while they suffer from huge cuts.
The chief executives of 23 major British charities say the government must make sure increases in benefit rates at least reflect rises in the cost of living.
A powerful new documentary film about the work of international charity Mary’s Meals, 'Child 31', had its British public premiere today.
Britain’s longest running door-to-door fundraising week, organised by Christian Aid, will this year receive a substantial boost in income from the Government’s UK Aid Match scheme.
The government's minister for disabled people, Maria Miller, yesterday reiterated in the House of Commons her oft-made claim that charities back the coalition's welfare reform policies.
Olympic gold medal-winning cyclist Nicole Cooke has announced support for the Christian Aid London-to-Paris global poverty bike ride.
Researchers have been looking at ‘Giving USA’ for 2009. While the category of religion may not always overwhelm casual readers of trend-reports, writes Martin E. Marty, religious giving is much watched. And there is much to watch and reflect on.
Would you like to support cancer research UK? Why not enter the Adidas Women’s 5k Challenge fun run?
Christian Aid is appealing for more funds to help survivors of the Burma cyclone so partner organisations can continue to carry out vital relief and rehabilitation work.
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The Institute for Fiscal Studies says planned benefit cuts will have a bigger impact on the poorest households than cuts made by the Coalition.
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