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William Gross, who owns one of the world’s largest stamp collections, will sell his British Empire stamp collection for charity.

The auction, on 3rd October...

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Ethnic Supplies, the social enterprise founded by Ugandan philanthropist Ida Horner, is proving a success only one year after she founded the organisation.

Founded in October...

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Former US President Bill Clinton has announced new philanthropy projects in Africa and Latin America.

Clinton made his annual trip to Africa, to meet with staff, volunteers and beneficiaries of the...

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Retired Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plans to use the proceeds of a testimonial match to build ten schools in southern Africa.

The schools will each cost between £20,000 and...

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Prince Harry is helping to refurbish the only school for mentally handicapped children in Lesotho.

The prince’s charity, Sentebale, is supporting the project at the Thuso E...

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In a lecture in London this week hosted by the Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF), Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai called on UK foundations to support...

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Private giving and investment from all donors to developing countries now accounts for over 75% of developed countries’ entire economic dealings with the developing world.

And, government aid or ‘Official Development...