PHILANTHROPY DIGEST AUGUST 2016

Philanthropy Digest brings you the latest topical news in the world of philanthropy from sources chosen by philanthropy experts here at CAF. Let us know your feedback by emailing us at philanthropy@cafonline.org 


Now that the country has voted, read CAF’s response to the EU referendum: 
https://www.cafonline.org/about-us/media-office/caf-response-to-the-eu-referendum

 

Dr Beth Breeze, director of the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent, discusses what Brexit may mean for philanthropists:

http://www.cityphilanthropy.org.uk/features/brexit-effect-what-leave-vote-means-uk-philanthropy

 

CAF Venturesome celebrates 500th social investment and warns of ‘huge unmet demand for social finance':

https://www.cafonline.org/about-us/media-office/caf-venturesome-completes-500th-social-investment---warns-of-huge-unmet-demand-for-social-finance

Find out more about social investment with CAF: https://www.cafonline.org/my-personal-giving/long-term-giving/social-investment/caf-venturesome-500

 

The UK’s most deprived areas use the least charities:

Our new report ‘Charity Street II’ also reveals that young people and women are most likely to use charity services. Read the CAF report here: https://www.cafonline.org/about-us/publications/2016-publications/charity-street-ii-a-report-into-how-we-use-charities-in-the-uk 

 

The millennials of today are tomorrow’s impact investors:

A new report from Toniic shows that under 35 year olds show a growing interest in impact investing:

http://www.cityphilanthropy.org.uk/news/today%E2%80%99s-millennials-are-tomorrow%E2%80%99s-impact-investors-new-toniic-report-shows