Family Foundation Giving Trends 2010

Nov 11, 2010 | Category: Household and Individual Giving

The third annual Family Foundation Giving Trends 2010 report (pdf) produced by the Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy with Pears Foundation was launched on Tuesday 16th November. The event was chaired by Martyn Lewis CBE with an address by Lord Nat Wei, Government Adviser on Big Society (pictured below).

CGAP's Cathy Pharoah has worked with Charles Keidan, Director of Pears Foundation to write the report which highlights major giving through family foundations.

Report Summary 'Summary of findings for the media'

Press release 'Time for UK wealthy to give more and strengthen foundations for Big Society'

Financial Times 'Rich Urged to Donate more'

Third Sector 'Top 100 family foundations gave £1.4bn last year, says report'

Civil Society 'Family foundation giving up by 40 per cent'

UK Fundraising 'Top 100 family foundations gave £1.4bn in 2008/09'

The Lords discussed the report as part of their Philanthropy debate.  


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