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US-based Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society has announced a unique fellowship opportunity: the fall 2008 Senior International Fellows Program, which provides an opportunity for the professional development of third...

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The Enterprising Solutions Awards are celebrating their 10th year of recognising the UK’s best and most innovative social enterprises: imaginative, entrepreneurial and sustainable businesses that are passionate about social change.

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Starbucks Coffee Company has demonstrated its commitment to continue to support coffee farmers, communities and the environment with the launch of its Fiscal 2007 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Annual Report.

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The inaugural Sunday Times Green List 2008 has been announced, with 50 companies fulfilling the stringent criteria.

The newspaper’s first competition to find companies that are striving to improve their environmental...

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A music director in the US has pledged US$100,000 of her own fellowship award to establish an after-school music programme for primary school children

Marin Alsop, the new music director of...

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A Chinese website is circumventing traditional routes to giving and encouraging its mostly young audience to give directly to the survivors of the earthquake in the Sichuan province, and avoid...

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Bala Thakrar, director of the Asian Foundation for Philanthropy (AFP), has won the coveted Social and Humanitarian Award at the ninth Asian Women of Achievement Awards.

Thakrar,...

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A new £15m Finance Fund that will offer selected organisations investment finance has been established by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.

This follows a nine-month pilot, partnered with Venturesome, that the Foundation...

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In homage to philanthropic longevity Hove Library in East Sussex celebrates its centenary this summer.

Bestowed by Andrew Carnegie to the people of Hove in 1908, at a cost of £10,000...

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A campaign to promote payroll giving to an extra one million employees in the next year is being backed by Duncan Bannatyne of Dragon’s Den fame, charities minister Phil Hope,...

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