Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) a success in helping charities raise funding.

Charities have been helped to process over £70m of donations since the launch of CAF Donate.

Figures released by CAF show that:

  • £71.8m has now been raised through CAF Donate since it launched in June 2014
  • 2,856 charities now use the platform

More than 2,800 charities are now using the online fundraising platform which was launched by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) in 2014 to support charities. Charities using it benefit from having all donations in one place whether they come online, by post or phone.

Donations can be made by Direct Debit, Credit Card, PayPal or a CAF Charity Account.

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