Well, the Spending Review and Autumn Statement have now come and gone, and the more dire predictions many were making seem not to have come true. Once again, one suspects, […]
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 […]
Are charities in danger of being left behind by social investment?
Friday felicitations once again, and since I was off last week, it’s another bumper fortnight’s worth of philanthropy and social investment news this week. 1) A clear number […]
Hello again Friday philanthro-fans. We’re back on weekly rations again, so here’s your serving of stories for the last seven days, including a couple of pretty worrying stories from the […]
Morning all – we’re back again with another Friday missive of (hopefully) educational and entertaining philanthropy and impact investing-related news. I was away last week, so I’ve allowed myself the […]
Morning all. It’s that time again – you’re frantically trying to get your work for the week done so that you can clear the decks ready to read my recommendations […]
Hello once again for another end-of-the-week compendium of what the web has to offer the curious philanthropy and social investment enthusiast. And there’s some good stuff this week… […]
Doing well and doing good: can charities be social investors?
Morning all. I’m going to keep it brisk and businesslike today, as I’ve got a busy morning. But my unswerving dedication to the cause means that despite other commitments, I’m […]