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In a remarkable act of artistic philanthropy a collection of postwar and contemporary art worth £125m has been donated to the nation.

The London dealer Anthony d'Offay is giving almost his...

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The Grassroots Grants scheme announced in July’s government Third Sector Review has come to fruition with philanthropists across the country being invited to become local partners in delivering a £130m...

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A new venture philanthropy initiative has been launched in Scotland. Inspiring Scotland will distribute between £70m and £100m over the next decade.

Combining the resources from public, private, and voluntary sectors,...

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An Australian former soldier who funded the restoration of the Vatican's Michelangelo frescoes has been named UK Australian of the Year for his philanthropic work.

Michael Hintze has been honoured for...

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Breaking from traditional practice, major charitable foundations in the US are beginning to connect the social and environmental effect of their endowment investments with their philanthropic goals, as has been...

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If you have young children at home you may have heard of or even played with them on Club Penguin; what you may not know is...

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A new report shows that giving to charity is down.  The proportion of the population who gave to charity dropped 3% in 2007, to 54%, whilst the total amount given...

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GlobalGiving, the US-based online marketplace that connects donors to charitable projects around the globe, will launch in the UK in spring 2008.

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The sale of a Picasso etching, the most expensive print ever-sold, has led to its seller donating £1.25m to charity.

Dr Frederick Mulder, a Beacon Fellow and member of the Philanthropy...

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Leaving school at fifteen to support his family, Peter Cruddas, the now successful City entrepreneur, has announced he wishes to donate £1bn to charity in his lifetime.

Mr Cruddus’ long-term ambition...

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