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Billed as a ‘down to earth’ guide to giving, this book explores the act of giving (financial and otherwise) and offers advice on whom to give to, when to give and howmuch.
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This short collection of 10 essays begins and ends with contributions by Michael Edwards, whose essay Philanthrocapitalism: after the goldrush raised questions about mixing business princi
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This paper proposes that despite the vast amounts of money spent by philanthropists, they fall far short of solving the most pressing problems.
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This article argues that in order to strengthen their impact in the world, philanthropic investors need to rigorously define their goals, be realistic about how to achieve them, and commit to conti
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Hunters of ‘silver-linings’ have been thick on the ground during the current recession.
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The foreword to this book, written by James Wolfensohn, former president of the World Bank, notes that philanthropy is universal, potent and can make the world a better place, yet it is little unde
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Brits and Yanks have cross-exported many things for which we owe each other, alternatively at times, profound thanks and abject apologies.
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This report, aimed at charities and funders, explores the issue of youth offending and highlights some of the innovative and promising ways that charities are helping young people to stay out of tr
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This book is written for “boom-generation women” (those born between 1943-1964) and those who need to understand that slice of the demographic pie, such as advisors and fundraisers.
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This volume is the culmination of seven years of research by the Third Sector European Policy (TSEP) network.

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