“One of the benefits at the moment is you have at least at least one very well known and globally recognised domain name, that indicates to people that what… A rise in cost of the .org domain could damage faith in charities, the Charities Aid Foundation has warned. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Rhodri Davies, head of policy at the CAF, which provides fundraising help and services to UK charities, and has a .org domain, said a price rise could cause charities to move to other domains like .ngo, causing confusion. A price cap on the domain, which is used worldwide by millions of non-profit and charitable organisations, has been lifted by its US operators, leading to concerns that it could become too expensive for charities.