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Today the Treasury launched a  consultation on a range of measures it believes will increase take-up of the system that allows UK income taxpayers to make regular donations, tax free,...

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The tax relief cut on major donations will affect giving say 8 out of 10 philanthropists according to a survey from the Charities Aid Foundation.
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A further 16 innovative projects designed to boost giving have been awarded a total of £1.07m  from the government’s £10m Innovation in Giving Fund, managed  by NESTA, the UK’s innovation...

News (International)

The Irish government plans to introduce tax changes so that donations from all individual donors would be treated in the same manner, with the tax relief in all cases...

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A survey of the top 750 charities aims to find out the impact of government cuts and new commissioning rules and ask if charities are becoming more reliant on income...

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The Office for Civil Society has issued a consultation paper proposing new policy directions for the Big Lottery Fund, sparking fears that  lottery money might be redirected to government...

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The government’s announcement of a £10m fund to help charities and social enterprises develop the skills and infrastructure to win more capital investment and public service contracts is welcome, but...

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Cheques will remain for as long as customers need them the Payments Council announced this week, abandoning a plan that might have seen the closure of cheque clearing in...

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The £55m matched fund scheme announced by the DCMS to a packed Whitechapel Gallery this week (July 9th) that calls on private donors to help secure the future of the...

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A £40m funding package aimed at boosting private giving to the Arts has been announced by Arts Council England (ACE) and makes up part of a broader package to...

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