Highlighted stories

How can we better support families setting up charities ‘in memoriam’

20th February, 2019 | By Tom Hoyle

For four years a discussion paper has circulated within Cause4 that grapples with how best to serve charities forged in tragedy. We’ve publishing a distilled version of this analysis to shed light on a collection of charities (who are strangers to each other) which we consider rather special for society for their compelling messages but also their extra vulnerability. 

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Young Trustees – Are We Really Doing Enough?

25th January, 2019 | By Cause4 staff

This month, Tate announced the appointment of 28-year-old Anna Lowe as the new Youth Engagement Trustee and the youngest serving Trustee of a national UK museum or gallery.

Interview with Mike de Giorgio CEO of Greenhouse.

10th August, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Mike di Giorgio gives an exclusive interview to Cause4Opinion to highlight his thoughts on philanthropy.

 

 

 

Exclusive interview with Lloyd Dorfman, Chairman of Travelex

4th August, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Lloyd Dorfman gives an exclusive interview to Cause4Opinion to highlight his thoughts on philanthropy.

 

A wealth of knowledge

3rd August, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Although this blog is bought to you from Nick Gandon’s account it was written by our intern Michael Heighway.

Big Society Bank – truly a game-changer?

1st August, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Big Society Capital will be the new name for the Big Society Bank which finally launched on Friday 29th July with its first investment being £1m into the Private Equity Foundation.

Philanthropist of the month: Yang Lan

28th July, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

July's Philanthropist of the Month is not a figure many readers will be familiar with.

More strategy in corporate philanthropy?

20th July, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

It will be tough for charities if the trends revealed in Deloitte’s latest report More than just giving are correct. The report says that while corporate responsibility is still essentially philanthropic, it is becoming increasingly strategic, meaning that large companies are focusing more on in-kind donations, which fit their own business objectives.

Is Vodafone ushering in a new generation of givers?

19th July, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Although this blog is bought to you from Nick Gandon's account it was written by our intern Michael Heighway.

Volunteering fettered by Health and Safety gone mad?

18th July, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Grand Slam in Philanthropy from Roger Federer

14th July, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Superstar tennis player Roger Federer has announced that he is planning to launch a major educational project in Malawi through the Roger Federer Foundation.

The 16-time Grand Slam champion is planning a $3.3 million school project to support 54,000 Malawian children in school over the next 10 years in partnership with the Malawi branch of Action Aid.

Social Enterprises set to continue growing...

12th July, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

In June 2010 the RBS SE100 Data Report was launched to reveal, for the first time, results tracking the growth of social enterprises in the UK.