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    Cause4 is a social enterprise launched in May 2009 to support charities, social enterprises and philanthropists in development and fundraising across the charity, arts, sports and educational sectors in the UK and internationally.
    Cause4 champions disruptive philanthropy and new ways of scaling up charities and social enterprises. Learning lessons from the private sector to benefit not-for-profit organisations, Cause4 helps attract the best graduate talent to work on some of the world’s most pressing issues. Provoking change is at the heart of our mission.
    A thriving corporate portfolio means that we are increasingly engaged to run CSR programmes for organisations such as Close Brothers, Axiom Law and Santander and to advise and lead the set up of Corporate Foundations.
    Since 2009 we have raised over £47 million for the clients with which we work and regularly raise over £500k charitable income per month.
    We work in three main areas: strategy, fundraising and social investment, philanthropy and enterprise development. We specialise in brokering and delivering effective partnerships and collaborations across the charitable sector.

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)20(+12%)
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    Key People/Management at Cause4

    Michelle Wright

    Michelle Wright


    Cause4 Office Locations

    Cause4 has offices in London and Thetford
    London, GB (HQ)
    Mindspace, 8th floor, 9 Appold St, Hackney
    Thetford, GB
    Croxton Rd
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    Cause4 Financials and Metrics

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    FY, 2015

    Financial Leverage

    6.1 x
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    Cause4 News and Updates

    Cause4 launches business support programme for heritage organisations

    Cause4 is launching a programme of business support for heritage organisations in England. Cause4 has been awarded funding by the National Lottery Heritage Fund to develop and deliver the programme, which is for 150 small or medium-sized heritage organisations across England, in partnership with the…

    Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy & Cause4 announce plans for diversity & inclusion programme

    Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy and Cause4 have launched two partnerships and welcomed a new team member to help them take forward a programme of work around diversity and inclusion. The first sees Inc Arts, a national body campaigning for increased inclusion in the arts sector workforce, tasked…

    Cause4 Blogs

    Why fundraising isn't a lost cause in 2020

    Some fundraisers have been put off fundraising by the events of this year. In this blog post, Cause4 argues that fundraising teams should keep going, and offers top tips for seeing success.  

    Pick of the Month - August 2020

    It may be the school summer holidays, but individuals across the charity sector continue to work hard to support those most in need. This month, we feature a sustainable development charity in Madagascar, a fundraiser working across the arts and social justice, a brilliant young Trustee championing…

    Michelle writes for Charity Times

    28th July, 2020 What’s the Point of Being Ethical? Post-COVID-19, how important will it be to maintain an ethical strategy when many charities will be struggling to stay afloat? Many are letting discussions about their ethical position slip. Only about a quarter of UK charities have a policy in plac…

    The Cause4 Team comment on The Charity Digital Skills Report 2020

    With the release this week of the Charity Digital Skills Report 2020, the Cause4 team share their opinions of it, and provide insights as to what this means for the charitable sector.

    The Royal National Institute of Blind People – What can we take from the Pears Centre investigation?

    With the recent release of the Charity Commission investigation into the Royal National Institute of Blind People, there are a number of key lessons which charities of all sizes can take from this case.

    Michelle Wright writes for Philanthropy Impact Magazine

    10th July, 2020 Next Generation Philanthropy - What Matters To Millenial Mega-Donors  2019 was another bumper year for The Sunday Times Rich List. There are 150 billionaires in the UK with a joint worth of £525bn — a record number. In contrast, despite low unemployment, wage stagnation and ‘poor qua…
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    Cause4 Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Cause4 founded?

      Cause4 was founded in 2009.

    • Who are Cause4 key executives?

      Cause4's key executives are Michelle Wright.

    • How many employees does Cause4 have?

      Cause4 has 20 employees.

    • Who are Cause4 competitors?

      Competitors of Cause4 include All Raise, Association for Financial Technology and FinTechNZ.

    • Where is Cause4 headquarters?

      Cause4 headquarters is located at Mindspace, 8th floor, 9 Appold St, Hackney, London.

    • Where are Cause4 offices?

      Cause4 has offices in London and Thetford.

    • How many offices does Cause4 have?

      Cause4 has 2 offices.