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Will Day: a new era of business-charity relationships?

Will Day: a new era of business-charity relationships?

October 01, 2000 After some Briefing readers asked for a charity perspective on working with business, we asked Will Day, chief executive of CARE International, and fresh from a unique cross-sector management development programme at Harvard Business School, for his thoughts..... Read more >
On the up and up

On the up and up

August 01, 2000 As big name companies strengthen their contribution programmes, latest figures show corporate giving is rising around the world. Read more >
Toyota in the UK: applying corporate philosophy to a social agenda

Toyota in the UK: applying corporate philosophy to a social agenda

April 01, 2000 The UK motor industry is in the spotlight after BMW’s decision to sell Rover. Here we look at another overseas investor, Toyota, and how it manages community programmes in the light of its strongly held philosophy: that it can best benefit all its stakeholders by being successful and well-managed. Read more >
Giving made simple, but barriers remain

Giving made simple, but barriers remain

April 01, 2000 Behind the headline promises of more money for health and education, Gordon Brown’s budget in March contained important announcements on charitable giving and companies’ wider role in society. Read more >
Having fun or doing good?

Having fun or doing good?

April 01, 2000 With the annual charity fundraising event BT Swimathon still running and the London Flora Marathon just over, it seems more and more companies are putting big budgets behind sport sponsorships with a social spin-off. Read more >
Arts attract record spending

Arts attract record spending

February 01, 2000 Hard on the heals of controversy over the high cost and poor performance of sponsorship at the Greenwich Dome comes news that corporate investment in arts and culture reached a record high in 1999. Read more >
Spotlight on the banks – again

Spotlight on the banks – again

February 01, 2000 Pressure on the financial services sector to be more socially responsible shows no sign of abating. Now the industry is developing a collective response. Read more >