Go Give One is a COVID-19 campaign reaching beyond borders in a mission to deliver a Covid-free future for everyone.

Launched by the WHO Foundation, Go Give One calls on us all to play our part in helping to vaccinate the world and to address the current vaccine equity gap. The Charities Aid Foundation is partnering with the WHO Foundation to help fund life-saving vaccines for individuals and communities around the world.

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How can we help you during the COVID-19 pandemic

I'm a charity or social enterprise

Visit our COVID-19 funding and resources hub

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I'm an individual

Visit our COVID-19 individuals hub

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I'm a company

Visit our COVID-19 corporate giving hub

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I'm a philanthropist

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With a network spanning six continents and partnerships with Transnational Giving Europe (TGE), the UN Foundation and WHO, the CAF Global Alliance helps collect and distribute millions of pounds worth of resources globally.

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Update on our Coronavirus Emergency Fund

The Fund is now closed to further applications. The CAF Coronavirus Emergency Fund has awarded approximately £6.4m to 1,250 organisations across the UK.

We are continuing to explore and share opportunities to support charitable organisations at this difficult time. Keep an eye on our Twitter or Facebook channels as well as the links on this page.

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Coronavirus related charity news

  • 24 February 2021 

    Patient Organisations Recovery Fund

    The Patient Organisations Recovery Fund aims to enable patient organisations in the UK to continue their vital work despite the pressures facing the sector as a result of the pandemic.
  • 7 January 2021 

    Predictions for 2021

    In this episode, at the end of a tumultuous and unpredictable year, we attempt to give some predictions for what 2021 might bring...
  • 2 July 2020 

    New research shows how COVID-19 has affected UK charities

    A clear picture of what has happened for charities since the start of the Covid-19 lockdown has been revealed in new research by the Charities Aid Foundation.

How we're handling Coronavirus

Like you, we have taken the necessary steps to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Our priority is to maintain our service to customers and protect our colleagues during these uncertain times.

We are currently providing a full service through CAF and CAF Bank. Please have some patience as some things may take a little longer than usual.

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