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Charities Should be More Transparent About Spending

Charities Should be More Transparent About SpendingJustine Greening suggests charities should "grasp the nettle on transparency and value for money" in an article for The Daily Telegraph

Charities must be more transparent about how they spend their money, Justine Greening, the International Development Secretary has said.

In an article for The Daily Telegraph website , published on 6 August, Greening said charities should "grasp the nettle on transparency and value for money."

How Impact Investing Is Changing Your World

052512-Dorfman-225Ideas almost always emerge when traditional routes are not enough. One such idea, emerging in our new economy, is a hybrid blend of time-honored philanthropy and investing for financial return called “Impact Investing” — investing to make a difference in the world and make money simultaneously, or “Blended Value.”

Philanthropy and Worldwide Indigenous Causes Connect at IFIP Conference

IFIPP ConferenceThe noise of busy street traffic outside the Japantown, San Francisco hotel belied the serene atmosphere inside, where a remarkable group of philanthropists and Indigenous Peoples gathered last month for four days of what many agreed was “the best yet,” 11th conference of the International Funders for Indigenous Peoples (IFIP).

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