McIlroy sets up charitable foundation

Rory McIlroy has set up his own foundation to help children's charities around the world.

How Northern Ireland became the new Finland

Teachers and policymakers in Northern Ireland got a surprise Christmas present last month, in the shape of an enviable slot in international literacy and numeracy rankings. According to the study, Northern Irish primary pupils performed better in reading and numeracy than in any other English speaking country in the world.

Not-for-profit organisations face fight for survival

The recent week-long closure of children’s charity Barnardos brings the fundraising crisis in the not-for-profit sector sharply into focus. In today’s world, the calibre of leader required for a not-for-profit and the level of commercial understanding they possess, must be at least equivalent to that of those leadership peers in premier division international commercial firms operating in their field, writes 2into3's Neil Pope.

Many charities all too dependent on State aid in an uncertain climate of shrinking resources

By Carl O'Brien, The Irish Times, Wed Aug 15 2012. Many charities across the State are experiencing a double whammy of reductions in income just as demand for services is soaring. After expanding in an era where Government funding and public donations seemed plentiful, much of the sector is adjusting to an uncertain world where shrinking resources and survival are the name of the game.

RAISE: Building Fundraising Capacity, a new initiative from the Arts Council working with 2into3

The Arts Council will work with 2into3 in partnership with Networking Matters to advise on selection and engage with the nominated arts organisations to build their fundraising capacity

Collaborating in Good and Bad Times for the Right Reasons

By Peter Kramer - Chronicle of Philanthropy

US Most-Generous Donors Gave More in 2011

The Chronicle of Philanthropy - Most-Generous Donors Gave More in 2011 but Still Lag Their Pre-Recession Pace

The budding philanthropists putting Ireland first - Irish Times

IRELAND HAS NEVER been too keen on philanthropy. Big-time giving, long a feature of the United States, is a bit of an alien concept here. Irish people give generously to the Third World and disaster appeals, but when it comes to education and social services we have mostly been content for the Government or the Catholic Church to pick up the tab.

Major breakthrough by ICTR on donations tax relief

The government has announced a significant new initiative to further support fundraising initiatives by charities to promote planned giving, involving simplifying the rules governing tax relief on charitable donations.

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