Civil Society Media's Carys Pugh takes part in the #icebucketchallenge

1 in 10 Brits have donated to charity because of #icebucketchallenge

12 Sep 2014 | Fundraising | Kirsty Weakley

One-sixth of Britons say that they have taken part in an ice bucket challenge, while one in ten said they donated to charity as a result of the challenge, according to a new poll out today.


1 in 10 Brits have donated to charity because of #icebucketchallenge

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