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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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People submitting self-assessment tax forms are failing to use a gift aid scheme that has seen an incremental loss to charities since its inception in 2004.

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March 27th, 12.30 – 2.30pm

This special lunchtime seminar for funders and independent foundations, to be held at the Association of Charitable Foundation (ACF), will consider some of the new and...

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University summer schools were the very first projects the Sutton Trust funded in the UK, and now a Ten Year Review of Sutton Trust Summer Schools pulls together various strands...

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The Conservative party has plans to make London the world’s “undisputed leader in green finance” with its proposal to create the first trading market for green technology companies, reports the...

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In a remarkable act of artistic philanthropy a collection of postwar and contemporary art worth £125m has been donated to the nation.

The London dealer Anthony d'Offay is giving almost his...

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The Office of the Third Sector (OTS) is looking for a chair and twelve members for its new advisory board to advise ministers, and the OTS in overseeing the implementation...

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A US-based provider of independent investment advice and research to institutional investors and private clients has announced the launch of the Mission Investing Group, dedicated to helping clients in the...

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The Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, has announced that an extra £37m would be made available for social enterprises.

Speaking by voice message at Voice08, a conference on social enterprise in Liverpool,...

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Social enterprises struggle to marry financial sustainability with core missions and it is unreasonable to expect them to do so, says a new report from the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF).

The...

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