Philanthropy Impact

Inspiring philanthropy and social investment across borders, sectors and causes

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Work released by CAF and Scorpio Partnership examines the generational differences and attitudes surrounding philanthropy and social investment. Opinions cover differing views on strategic decision making, commercial priorities, social investment portfolios and the type of support given to  the causes they support.

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ICFO creates comparative overview of independent international fundraising monitoring methodologies. 
 
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Why don't eligible donors claim Gift Aid? How can the number of ineligible claims be reduced? What information is needed in a valid Gift Aid Declaration?  How can charities meet HMRC's requirements without discouraging the donor?

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Large scale philanthropic giving reaches almost 2000 $1m+ donations across 7 world regions, totaling $23.6bn donated in 2013

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EFA report on the European fundraising trends and developments over the last decade

A practical guide to planning and managing an impactful exit
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Effective exit planning is crucial to sustain social impact in a project.

This EVPA guide proposes some guidance on how organisations can think ahead of time to plan an exit strategy from their investments, while best maintaining the social impact originally planned. An exit of funders in this field presents risks different and complex than the traditional field of investment and in its worst case, could threaten the survival of some social partners. 

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This report, produced by CGAP and University of St Andrews was written by Charles Keidan with Tobias Jung and Cathy Pharoah. It looks at the level of activity and attention...

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The European Union is gradually developing a consensus on practical guidelines for Impact Measurement, in conjunction with the Social Enterprise Expert Group (GECES). Its most recent work has...

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Is Impact Investing really the miracle cure for societal problems? Can it really allow private sponsors and individuals to make money and save the world at the same time?

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A study by economists at the University of Southampton suggests that billionaires who have built their own fortunes are more likely to pledge to donate a large portion of their wealth to charities, than those...

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