In 2014 we completed our Future of Philanthropy series and looked at the value of charity to British households, among other research.

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  • International Giving

    International Giving

    Our final ‘Future of Philanthropy’ study reveals how social change is being driven by wealthy UK donors, whose roots lie in other parts of the world.
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    Creating an Age of Giving, 2014 report

    Conclusions from the Growing Giving Parliamentary Inquiry 2014
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    Building trust in charitable giving

    This report highlights some extremely worrying trends around the world and states that regressive policies towards charities risks undermining public trust and threatens to stifle the growth of charitable giving.
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    Enabling an independent not-for-profit sector

    This report warns that poor legislation on not-for-profit campaigning and independence could jeopardise efforts to promote giving among new generations of middle class people emerging across the world.
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    Charity Street 2014 - the value of charity of British householders

    We know that charities make a great contribution to society - but are we fully aware of how much good they do? Find out how we plan to raise awareness of the work that charities do and encourage the public to give time and money in support of good causes.

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