Targeted giving is tax efficient

Targeted giving is tax efficient

Companies that want to make a difference in the world, while reducing their tax bills, are setting up charitable foundations, writes Sally Percy

Doing good is good for business

Doing good is good for business

Philanthropy sells when clients and customers identify with causes backed by businesses. Nick Martindale reports

Feel-good staff do good work

Feel good staff do good work

Company involvement in philanthropy can not only attract talented staff, it also helps keep them engaged, writes Nick Martindale

Rebuilding trust by helping communities


Why the banking sector’s investment in local communities is crucial for Britain’s economic growth

Building social change


Donating cash is not the only way to support communities and make a difference to people’s lives

Rich give more than government

Those wishing to give something back to society are no longer content to simply write a cheque and now wish to establish sustainable legacies, writes Fiona Bond

Profit for a purpose and not greed

Many “next gens” are thinking beyond the bottom line and want to ensure that their businesses make the world a better place, as well as making money, writes Jeremy Hazlehurst

Emotional involvement is empowering

Female philanthropy is an emerging trend which is gathering pace as more women of worth give their time, energy and commitment – as well as hard cash – to those in need, writes Peter Archer