This is a guest blog by Ben Eyre, Advisory Manager in CAF’s Philanthropy Services team Segregating altruism and consumerism risks missing the point of #GivingTuesday and the reason that […]
As of tomorrow, Jeremy Corbyn will have been leader of the Labour Party for three months, and it is fair to say that his leadership has seen a great deal […]
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Uneven Foundations: Are charitable trusts failing to match supply with demand?
HMRC today launched a research report on “Charitable giving and Gift Aid behaviour amongst better-off individuals”. The area of charitable giving by wealthier donors in the UK is not one […]
Is our approach to encouraging charitable giving totally wrong?
As the calendar ticks over to 2015, I want to quickly look back at what we got up to last year. January kicked off with the return of the […]
Sunday evening saw the first of CAF’s fringe events for 2014 conference season – the launch of The Red Book of The Voluntary Sector in partnership with ACEVO.The essay collection […]
Hello once again to this dollop of Friday thought-provocation and fun. And there certainly are some cracking reads this week. As you can see, by clever subdivision I have […]
An interesting report produced by the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy (Indiana University) has discovered that parents play an important role in encouraging their children to give to charities, echoing […]