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Charitable Donations Drop This Year: Have We All Become Scrooges?

With several reports suggesting that charitable donations have fallen, has the threatened government squeeze on charitable donations prompted donors to rethink their giving strategy or are we all turning into Scrooges?

Judging from the recently published Charities Aid Foundation report 'UK Giving 2012', one could be forgiven for thinking that the traditional season of goodwill might come and go this year, without much evidence of charitable benevolence in the form of hard cash.  

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