Women in Dublin most generous to charities - Irish Times

WOMEN AGED between 50 and 64 and living in Dublin are the most charitable group in society, a new survey shows. JAMIE SMYTH, Social Affairs Correspondent

Key Findings from the Guidestar 2010 Nonprofit Fundraising Survey

The results of the 2010 Nonprofit Fundraising Survey, which compared fundraising results in fiscal year 2010 to those in FY 2009, are out, and they are good:

Aid from OECD countries - who gives the most and how has it changed?

Six years ago, world leaders gathered at the Gleneagles G8 summit and pledged to help "make poverty history" by increasing their aid spending. But according to new figures released on Wednesday by the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the world's biggest aid donors have collectively missed their targets by $19bn.

Charities introduce code to boost financial transparency

CHARITIES WILL be asked to sign up to a new code of practice today to boost transparency and bolster public confidence in the €500 million a year industry.

What's keeping Irish arts on the EU money margins?

Few Irish cultural organsiations are winning funds from Europe’s €400m Culture Programme – are they blocked by bureaucracy or just misinformed, asks CIAN TRAYNOR The Irish Times

Hunt and Davey hold first philanthropy round table

The government's £80m match funding scheme to boost corporate and private giving is discussed in Manchester

Barnardos raises €8.5m funding

ONE OF IRELAND’S best known children’s charities, Barnardos, has bucked the trend in the recession by increasing the amount it raised in 2009 through fundraising to €8.5 million. GORDON DEEGAN The Irish Times

Is philanthropy taking off in India?

Rich Indians have been better at giving their time than their money. But British aid won't last forever

The state of donation: new evidence on charitable giving in the UK

Charitable giving by UK households is largely recession-proof, according to new research by the University of Bristol and City University London.

Not for Profits Lose Sight of Volunteer Heritage

The 2011 Australian of the Year, Simon McKeon, has urged Australians to volunteer in community organisations and become involved in the Not for Profit sector. Both are easier said than done according to Vern Hughes, the director of the Centre for Civil Society.

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