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 […]
This post can now be read on our new Giving Thought blog
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?
This post can now be read on the new Giving Thought blog at CAFonline
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 […]
Friday again, so it’s round-up time, but a bit earlier than usual. Partly because I’m on a half day today, and partly because this week has seen such a rich […]
Last week the Cabinet Office announced plans to give members of the public the ability to access more data about charities, as part of the Government’s open data agenda. This […]