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October 9, 2013

A top athlete’s name, money and drive can be an incredible boost for a charity, but does a career at the pinnacle of sport prepare you for life as a philanthropist? CampdenFB reports

After the final slog towards the Arc de Triomphe on the last leg of the 2005 Tour de France, world famous cyclist Lance Armstrong took to the podium to take the yellow jersey for a record-breaking seventh time.

Over the course of his career “le Boss” had become a household name – his tale made all the more powerful because it was a near miracle that he had ever raced at all. At the age of 25, Armstrong had been diagnosed with advanced testicular cancer, and even after hasty surgery doctors had only given him a 40% chance of survival. But survive he did.

July 15, 2013

A new generation of philanthropists is making the world a better place, and making money too. But think carefully before you embark on a social enterprise.

At a time when the world is still feeling the effects of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and banker bashing is a global pastime, communities and policymakers are seeking ways to carve out a better future.

June 17, 2013

Entrepreneurship has superseded inheritance as the main source of wealth creation in developed economies, according to a global survey of high net worth individuals.

Entrepreneurship has superseded inheritance as the main source of wealth creation in developed economies, according to a global survey of high net worth individuals, while in developing economies many entrepreneurs are now dealing with succession and inheritance planning for the first time.

The Barclays survey – Origins and Legacy: The Changing Order of Wealth Creation – found that there has been a big shift in the way the world’s wealthiest are spending and sharing their money due to changing patterns of wealth creation.

June 14, 2013

The Clinton Foundation, the multi-billion dollar philanthropic organisation founded by former US president Bill Clinton in 2001, is to be renamed the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation to reflect the roles of the entire family in the organisation.
 

The Clinton Foundation, the multi-billion dollar philanthropic organisation founded by former US president Bill Clinton in 2001, is to be renamed the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation to reflect the roles of the entire family in the organisation.

The Clintons made the announcement on 13 June at the third-annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative America, at the Sheraton Hotel in Chicago.

May 31, 2013

Wealthy philanthropists who are discreet about their giving could be undermining their charitable efforts, a new study examining cultural trends in philanthropy reveals.

Wealthy philanthropists who are discreet about their giving could be undermining their charitable efforts, a new study examining cultural trends in philanthropy reveals.

The first Individual Philanthropy Index, conducted by Forbes Insights and French bank BNP Paribas examining philanthropic giving in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, also found that motivating factors for giving varied across the regions studied.

April 17, 2013

Whether to get the family business involved in giving, and how to approach business philanthropy can seem daunting at first but the following overview takes a look at the why and how. 

It is fair to say that International Corporate Philanthropy Day 2013 passed this February without much fanfare in the UK. In fact, the year 2011, which the UK coalition Government designated ‘the year of corporate philanthropy’ also came and went without much notice.

April 3, 2013

Almost half of wealthy next-gens think that campaigning for social change is as important as making money, new research has found.

Almost half of wealthy next-gens think that campaigning for social change is as important as making money, new research has found.

December 14, 2012

The nomadic lifestyle of the modern high net worth individual is one of the biggest influences on their investment and charitable giving patterns, according to research by the wealth management division of Royal Bank of Canada and the Economist Intelligence Unit.

The nomadic lifestyle of the modern high net worth individual is one of the biggest influences on their investment and charitable giving patterns, according to research by the wealth management division of Royal Bank of Canada and the Economist Intelligence Unit.

August 14, 2012

Not that long ago if you were a philanthropist you handed over money to somebody with good intentions and let them get on with it. But these days things are more complicated. A new generation of entrepreneurial, young people are shaking up the way giving works.

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