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What do a Taiwanese vegetable stall holder, a Chelsea footballer and an American comedian have in common? Chen Shu-chu, Didier Drogba and Ben Stiller all appear in last month's 2010...

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For well over a year, the Philanthropy UK news bulletin has included a regular column dedicated to analysing the impact of the recession on philanthropy in the UK.

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Much is written about the professionalisation of philanthropy, a brave new world where legions of learned advisors, steeped in everything from charitable law to impact assessment, steer grants into the...
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Jamie Oliver’s entry into this year’s Sunday Times Giving List has prompted sector leader Theresa Lloyd to ask why greater numbers of wealthy people do not give to charity.

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The two keywords for this edition of Reading tea leaves, Philanthropy UK’s regular update on the impact of the recession on UK philanthropy, are ‘care’ and ‘confidence’. Donor care and...

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During the recession, a common fear expressed by many charities was that donors would ‘inevitably’ cut back on their giving. Now that the recession is officially over, anxiety is being...

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2009 was a record year for many Christmas appeals, despite the gloomy economic climate, with newspapers receiving more donations than ever before.

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Despite the official end of the recession - and despite fundraised income holding up better than expected - anxiety is the main theme of the latest Managing in a Downturn...

News (International, UK)

Philanthropy UK's new regular column on ‘Green Giving’ for 2010 is a response to the superordinate challenge that climate change presents to us all. Though Philanthropy UK is cause neutral,...

News (International, UK)

New data and new opinions on the recessionary impact on philanthropy have recently emerged in the UK and the USA, and on both sides of the Atlantic the blame for...

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