Today (21st September) is World Alzheimers Day. This is a global day of awareness, designed to get people thinking about the challenges posed by this, the most common form of […]
(This blog first appeared on civilsociety.co.uk, and is available HERE) The progress of Jeremy Corbyn to a seemingly unassailable lead in the Labour Party leadership contest has taken almost […]
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?
For those of you interested in technology and with the tolerance for a bit of horizon-scanning, I have just published a short discussion paper entitled “Giving a Bit(coin): cryptocurrency and […]
With the election getting closer by the day, charities are watching with interest to see what each of the political party commits to doing in the charity sphere over the […]
The last few weeks have seen a couple of very thoughtful articles about a topic that has long been a fascination of mine: namely the often awkward relationship between philanthropy […]
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 […]