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The Office for Civil Society has issued a consultation paper proposing new policy directions for the Big Lottery Fund, sparking fears that  lottery money might be redirected to government...

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The government’s announcement of a £10m fund to help charities and social enterprises develop the skills and infrastructure to win more capital investment and public service contracts is welcome, but...

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Cheques will remain for as long as customers need them the Payments Council announced this week, abandoning a plan that might have seen the closure of cheque clearing in...

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The £55m matched fund scheme announced by the DCMS to a packed Whitechapel Gallery this week (July 9th) that calls on private donors to help secure the future of the...

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A £40m funding package aimed at boosting private giving to the Arts has been announced by Arts Council England (ACE) and makes up part of a broader package to...

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The abolition of cheques, which research shows is the most popular method for HNWIs and older people to make donations, is not a done deal and they should not be abolished until...

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Was the long-awaited Giving White Paper a cause for celebration? Here Philanthropy UK offers a round-up of reaction to the initiatives in the Paper that aim to create a 'step change' in...
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The Government’s long-awaited Giving White Paper is due to publish on Monday (May 23rd) and the weekend’s papers will be full of news on the state of philanthropy in the...