We define philanthropy as the giving of resources in an engaged and strategic way for maximum impact and in a tax efficient manner. It can include the giving of money, assets, time, talent, voice and one’s social capital. We believe in the power of philanthropy as a great social connector and the source of many great opportunities.

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Add your voice to help shape London

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What would a good London look like for you? Do you want to help shape the conversation to create a better London? Good London are inviting you to share your city story to help improve London.

Local Authority funding gap threatens growth of SIB market

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Minister for Civil Society, Rob Wilson MP, said last month that he wants to see Social Impact Bonds (SIBs) ‘become the norm’ for funding many public services. Jenny North, Director of Policy and Strategy, of Impetus – The Private Equity Foundation (Impetus-PEF), shares with us her thoughts on how feasible this is...

 

CSR is breaking new boundaries

Cheryl Chapman reports on the Women for Change Breakfast: Driving Social Change in Business and discovers CSR has a whole new meaning

Public Good By Private Means, by Rhodri Davies

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City Philanthropy catches up with Rhodri Davies, author of Charities Aid Foundation's new book Public Good By Private Means: How Philanthropy Shapes Britain, to ask about its impact...

Inspiring Philanthropy: Lloyd Dorfman

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British entrepreneur and Travelex Group Founder Lloyd Dorfman shares his journey of high impact community investment and charitable activity. 

 

Inspiring Philanthropy: Maya Mehta

In our Inspiring Philanthropy feature City lawyer Maya Mehta talks about 'social intrapreneurship' - a term she uses to describe individuals taking social action using their professional skills.

 

Inspiring Philanthropy: Sir Alec Reed

In this occasional series of interviews with the City’s leading philanthropists we aim to bring guidance and inspiration to others. 

Sir Alec Reed CBE founded employment agency Reed in 1960, which has become one of the UK's largest private businesses. Reed has also founded several charities as well as The Reed Foundation and is a public advocate for philanthropy. in 2007 The Reed Foundation created The Big Give, a website that allows donors to find and support charities.

 

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