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Case Study: achieving impact – philanthropy at C. Hoare and Co
8 August 2018
The Hoare family’s involvement in both banking and philanthropy began almost 350 years ago. The two strands were twinned at the very start and remain closely connected today. Our philanthropy...
Universal Basic Income - Why Now, Some Basics
31 July 2017
Welcome to the first Philanthropy Impact Magazine in the new shorter, more compact format. The first issue in this new format explores the role of Universal Basic Income and philanthropy...
Why tackling poor vision can help advance the human rights agenda
11 April 2017
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UNHR) , adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948, was the foundation for the growth of global development activity, providing...
Don’t think ‘lawsuit’: think ‘dignity’
28 March 2017
As a human rights funder, unsurprisingly I see human rights relevance everywhere, from antiviolence to xenophobia. So when Dreilinden started in 2007, we joined the new Ariadne Network – European...
Social investment for social change: putting your wallet where your heart is
22 April 2016
Download this article as a PDF. New instruments are emerging that show an indication of a reshaped capitalism, one in which economic activity is looked at with a new eye...
Profit for purpose: how housing charities are safeguarding services in a time of austerity
22 April 2016
Download this article as pdf. In 2009, after years of abuse at the hands of her partner, Emma fled her home in Gateshead. She turned to the local women’s refuge,...
There’s a Huge Win When You Invest Socially
28 January 2016
The relationship between wealth and philanthropy is a subtle one. Aristotle may have described wealth as ‘whatever money can buy’, but that is not how we view it today. Wealth...
Poverty And Equality: It Is Our Responsibility To Enable Prevention
13 August 2015
I support causes where I feel I can have significant impact on a prevention-focused basis, in the areas where I feel I gained significant advantage due to my upbringing...
Ten Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Philanthropy in Denmark
3 March 2014
Ten Things You (Probably) Didn`t Know About Philanthropy in Denmark by Susanne Krogh Petersen, Norgay Institute 1. The World Giving Index 2012 ranked Denmark seventh in the number of people...
Ten Things You (probably) didn't Know About Philanthropy in South Africa
2 March 2014
Ten Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Philanthropy in South Africa by Philip Faure, Citadel Wealth Management 1. South Africa has only four billionaires (US has 442) and 60 000...
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