New Philanthropy Capital has just released a new report, Preparing for Cuts, that warns that the UK government’s current round of budget-cutting could slice up to £5.1bn ($8.2 billion Cdn) from non-profit and charitable organizations. The community sector draws about one-third of its revenues from government in the UK. The UK government has announced a […]
Archives for October 2010
Inclusive neighbourhoods are not only good for our health, but also good for communities. Here is my presentation to the Integrating Neighbourhoods forum in Hamilton on October 12, 2010.
Social Capital Markets 2010 (a lively gathering “at the intersection of money and meaning”) has drawn more than 1,000 social innovators for a bustling, three-day agenda. People with great ideas, people with money, and those who want to learn the best ways to fund new enterprises that advance public goods have come from more than […]