Charities find enterprising ways to fill funding gap

22 November 2013

Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, is quoted in the Financial Times about how charities can find enterprising ways to fill the funding gap.

Entrepreneurs: nature or nurture?

20 November 2013

In the midst of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the chief executive of Cause4, Michelle Wright, writes in The Telegraph that entrepreneurs are born not made.

Cause4 CEO quoted in the Guardian

19 November 2013

Cause4 CEO, Michelle Wright, is quoted in the Guardian for her views on maternity leave.

Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett: from the bar to banking – and on to philanthropy

13 November 2013

Cause4 Chair, Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett, is profiled in the Financial Times.

Silicon Valley Comes to the UK unveils Top 100 Companies

7 November 2013

Cause4 is featured in Silicon Valley Comes to the UK's list of 100 Club members, which are companies that SVC2UK believe have the potential to reach £100m in revenue within three to five years.


Major grant awarded to Creative Learning to establish East London and City Culture Partnership

6 November 2013

The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation awards a major grant to Barbican Centre and Guildhall School of Music & Drama for six music education hubs in east London to establish an East London and City Culture Partnership.

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LONDON – 4th April 2016: Cause4, an organisation that champions disruptive philanthropy and new ways of scaling up charities and social enterprises, announced today that it has become a Certified B Corporation, one of only 79 UK businesses to achieve this status.

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Cause4 and Santander Launch 2017 Women in Business Breakthrough Mentoring Programme

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The scheme will match 30 female entrepreneurs with female mentors who are already running multi-million pound revenue businesses.