Philanthropy Impact

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"New Philanthropy", a term coined around 10 years ago to describe a new breed of business-minded City philanthropists with a highly engaged approach to giving is the focus of a...

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There has been a sustained decline in private sector support for the arts, according to the first UK Arts index published by the National Campaign for the Arts (NCA)....

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Social investment, we know, is of interest to philanthropists, though not everyone would define it as philanthropy. Over recent months we have seen a steady increase in...

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An extra £10m for tax relief on gifts of pre-eminent objects to the nation was announced by the Chancellor in his recent autumn statement, taking the total relief to £30m...

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A white paper suggests that the use of mobile technology could revolutionise the way the arts are funded with more people becoming ‘philanthropists’. The increasing use of smartphones and social...

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The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has launched a new Gift Aid resources website. The aim is to provide a full summary of Gift Aid and related issues for use...

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The number of donors giving a million pounds or more fell by 15% from 201 to 174 and the amount given dropped from £1.5bn in 2008/9 to...

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Although the proportion of donors who gave more than £100 to charity last year is just 7%, their donations account for 45% of the total amount given. This is a...

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The London School of Economics (LSE) has said it will scrutinise all future major donations following a highly critical report on its acceptance of a £1.5m donation pledge from...

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In the week that the newly -published Coutts Million Pound Donors Report  shows donations are down 15%,  director of Mondrian Investment Partners Hamish Parker has donated £1m to the British Museum, allowing...

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