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A bequest of 18 works of art worth £100m has been made to the National and Tate galleries from the estate of the late Simon Sainsbury.

A reclusive member of the...

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Henry T. Nicholas III, founder of Broadcom Corp. is to refocus on philanthropy after years of personal crises.

He has announced that he will give $100m ( £48m) over the next...

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The successful bids to establish the UK’s first independent, multidisciplinary, and academically based Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy have been announced, with Professor Jenny Harrow from Cass Business School...

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Sir Tom Hunter, who this summer pledged to give £1bn to good causes over his lifetime, has invested in a nuts company that will supply a branded 'fair-trade' product to...

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According to new research by the Carnegie UK Trust into the future of civil society the widening gulf between rich and poor could lead to changes in UK philanthropy.

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An ever-greater choice of ethical finance products is not matched by the barriers to growth and gaps that still remain in the sector finds a new report on ethical financial...

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The first large-scale survey to focus exclusively on the ‘ultra-wealthy’ is being backed by the Gates Foundation.

The objectives of the study, The Joys and Dilemmas of Wealth, to be carried...

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Do companies that do the right thing make better investments than those that don't?

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Stanford University’s Center for Social Innovation executive programmes adapt business knowledge and experience to the challenges faced by the non-profit and public sectors. Through the following programmes the school's goal...

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In an effort to encourage more giving the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) has sought government support for a campaign to motivate independent financial advisers (IFAs) to ask their clients whether...

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