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Network of Entrepreneurial Talent (NET) Monday March 31st, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, HMS president, by Blackfriars Bridge

Two speakers - Peter West of London Partnership and Charles McLachlan of the Transformation Development Partnership - will...

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Charities will still be able to reclaim 28 pence for every pound donated, rather than the anticipated drop in line with the falling income tax rate, for the next three...

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The March 2008 issue of the Philanthropy UK Newsletter will feature a special report on Women & Philanthropy in the UK.

We look at the growing...

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A New York Times report on donor incentives highlighted recent research which suggests that seed money is a better investment for charities...

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Terry Pratchett, the bestselling fantasy author, is to donate USD$1m to help to find a cure for Alzheimer’s.

The creator of the Discworld series was diagnosed with a rare early-onset form of the...

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Nominations have opened for the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Private Client Awards.

For the first time, there is an award category for ‘Philanthropy Team of the Year’.  Other...

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Single women give more to charity on average in every income category compared to unmarried men, reports the Center on Wealth and Philanthropy,...

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The Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society has announced a unique fellowship opportunity,  the Fall 2008 Senior International Fellows Program, which provides an opportunity for the professional development of Third...

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Called the ‘Nobel Prize of the Charity World’ by the Prime Minister Gordon Brown, the 2008 Beacon Prize is now open for nominations.

With the aim of encouraging a culture of...

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Futurebuilders England chief executive Richard Gutch is to stand down at the end March.

Gutch, chief executive since the organisation started in early 2004, had been expected to leave after the organisation lost...

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