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Third Sector Finance 24th August 2019
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CAF gave a record £646m to charities in 2018/19
CAF gave a record £646m to charities in 2018/19
Its latest accounts show that this was £141m more than it gave in the previous year
 
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1 Guide Dogs posts record income
 
2 No-deal Brexit would cause charities to collapse, says SCVO
 
3 Combat Stress increased fundraised income by 30 per cent last year
 
4 Report urges funders to think in the long term
 
5 Text donations increased by a third last year, report reveals
 
6 Arts Council selects 12 projects to receive shares of £17.5m
 
7 Energy Saving Trust offers £10m for projects supporting vulnerable consumers
 
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Sajda Mughal: Boris Johnson should invest in relationships with grass-roots charities Local charities maintain powerful relationships with communities and could be invaluable in helping the government resolve societal divisions Sajda Mughal: Boris Johnson should invest in relationships with grass-roots charities
 
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FD in Five Minutes: Anita Flake
FD in Five Minutes: Anita Flake
Third Sector speaks to the accounts manager at the Army Flying Museum, based in Hampshire
 
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