Corporate Fundraising

Corporate Giving describes the donations made by corporations and private companies towards charitable
causes. This can be in the form of a cash or in-kind gift to a charity or community organisation.

Exploring on the trends, challenges and opportunities facing mid-sized companies engaged in business and social good.

A whole new way of doing business is emerging for mid-sized companies. These companies are recognizing the value of corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a tool to drive true community engagement, increase employee loyalty and improve business performance.

Annual business population estimates for the UK and regions in 2016. Includes revised totals for 2013 to 2015, taking account of updated source data.

The KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting provides a snapshot of current global trends in corporate responsibility (CR) reporting. The survey covers 4,100 companies in 41 countries and offers a deep-dive into the quality of reporting among the world’s largest 250 companies.

PwC's 4th comprehensive survey of corporate social responsibility report trends, benchmarks and best practices

Corporate fundraising is one of the areas where there is real potential for growth. While income from corporate fundraising has remained steady, and indeed grown, over the last few years, we know that it could do more. One of the striking figures from this report is that nearly all respondents believe that corporate fundraising is an area of growth for their organisations and two thirds are planning to increase investment in their teams.