Three times more Britons would leave a gift to charity in their wills if they were 'nudged' to do so by their solicitor, according to results of a trial.
A consortium of 26 Irish charities has launched the Good Form campaign to persuade more donors to give tax effectively, and thereby increase the value of donation to charities at no extra cost to t
The Institute of Fundraising (IoF) is calling on the Government to take a more ambitious view of Payroll Giving reform if the tax-effective method of giving is to be transformed effectively.
Cancer Research UK has received a £1.1 million legacy when a farm in Axminster, Devon, was auctioned last week.
Helena Kennedy QC has urged legal firms to aim to increase payroll giving rates by staff to 10% by May 2013, doubling the average rate achieved by such firms.
The Irish Charity Tax Reform Group (ICTR) has launched ‘The Good Form’ campaign, a project to improve the tax-effectiveness of donations. A direct mail pack, which charities can us
Arts & Business Scotland has launched a one-month campaign to persuade art lovers to leave a charitable legacy to arts charities.
Food expert and TV presenter Gregg Wallace is helping to promote the importance of charitable gifts in Wills by opening a pop-up restaurant in London featuring a distinctly dangerous menu.
The Irish Commissioners for Charitable Donations and Bequests has had to step in to adjudicate on a significant charitable bequest after money was left to a charity that did not operate in Ireland.
The Irish Cancer Society’s (ICS) biggest ever legacy of €2.5 million helped the charity increase its income in 2011 to €21.2 million, from €17.5 million in 2010.
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