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As the recession begins to bite deeper into the public consciousness, and government, economists and business debate ways to tackle the economic crisis, Philanthropy UK highlights an emerging, promising financial...

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A $50m (£35m) matched fund to encourage giving has been set up for Oxford University by an IT entrepreneur, despite the financial downturn.

Dr James Martin will match donations of at...

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Total third sector income rose by 3.3% during 2006/07, driven by an increase in earned income from government contracts, according to the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) Almanac 2009.


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Private sector funding of the arts reached a record £686m in 2007/08, an overall increase of 12% from the previous year, an Arts & Business Investment in Culture survey shows.


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Engaging stories that explored, explained and scrutinised the work of charities have been key to eliciting a profitable response to national newspapers’ annual Christmas charity appeals this year.

The Times has...

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As more people begin to focus on frugal living The Independent newspaper has gone against the trend and released a list of its top 30 UK philanthropists in 2008.


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Comprehensive research into UK charitable giving habits has revealed that more people are giving via regular donations and other planned giving, while cash donations to charities fell in 2007/08.

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Charitable donations have gone up by 4.2% in Northern Ireland, since 2005, according to a new survey from the Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action (NICVA).

The Northern...

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As recession looms over the stricken British economy, charities and funders are trying to get to grips with the outlook for charitable giving in the UK.

As the sector tries to...

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Stanley Fink and Rufus Warner have announced the formation of a new fund manager that will focus on sustainable investments, called Earth Capital Partners LLP (ECP).

The business aims to raise $5bn...