September 21, Bloomberg — Businesses in the U.K. are cutting spending on the arts, and aren’t planning to increase it until 2011, according to a survey by the London-based nonprofit organization Arts & Business.
Liverpool, England, August 27, 2009, The Chronicle of Philanthropy — University fund raisers’ views on the global economic crisis appear to be split by the Atlantic Ocean.
July 28, 2009, Telegraph — What does it say about India that its most active philanthropists right now are Bill Gates and Prince Charles?
July 23, 2009, Third Sector Online — People in the UK are more likely to give to charity that any other nation, a survey has suggested.
July 14, 2009, Third Sector — But overseas development, blindness and Christian charities' donors stay loyal, according to research.
July 10, 2009, Third Sector Online — The Government might introduce measures to force charities to improve their record on direct mail in 2011 if "objectionable" practices are not stamped out, according to a Labour peer.
New York, April 20, 2009, The Chronicle of Philanthropy — The financial crisis presents new opportunities to rethink how nonprofit groups and other organizations operate around the world, said speakers at a forum here Friday attended by prominent philanthropists, politicians, clergy members, and business and nonprofit leaders.
Charities and voluntary organisations are experiencing a damaging drop in funding at a time when the increasingly volatile economic situation will create a greater need for charitable work, a series of gloomy reports have warned.
International development charities are finding it increasingly difficult to secure media coverage of their work because of the recession.
A third of donors in the UK intend to give less to charity over the next six months, according to new research.