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Cross-Border Giving

This section contains information on specific countries in downloadable PDF format. If the country you are particularly interested in has not been included, then please forward your request by email administration@philanthropy-impact.org

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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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SharedImpact, is a network of charities looking to foster social impact investment by making it easier for donors, investors and charitable organizations to connect, give and receive donations....

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For anyone beginning to think about philanthropy and giving, CAF has released this short guide to the...

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Dan Corry, Chief Executive New philanthropy Capital, recently gave a lecture on encouraging productivity and innovation in the charity sector at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA). He explained how charitable organisations must spearhead innovation...

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 The United States is the most generous coutnry in the world. CAF's World Giving Index 2013 shows that the US leads the way in participation giving, but it also comes out on top in terms of overall monetary amounts given and in terms of relative measures such as giving as a...

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Like the Charity Commission for England and Wales, the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) is a non-ministerial government department set up to provide a one-door regulatory office which encompasses the functions of registration, monitoring, supervision, investigation, support and...

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In Northern Ireland, as in other countries in the UK, the growing role of charities in public service delivery and the substantial social role played by very large, international charities has led to calls for improved legislation in a country where there is no registration regime for charities...

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