To further understanding of the role of philanthropy, giving and social investment in parliament, and to act as a discussion forum for politicians, philanthropists, social investors and experts to develop policy to improve and increase the amount of giving and social investment to good causes in the UK.
1. Philanthropy and Social Investment
27/03/2019 - APPGs
Found: understanding of the role of philanthropy, giving and social investment in parliament, and to act as
2. Extension of Peter Ainsworth’s term as Chair and Nat Sloane’s term as the England Committee Chair at the National Lottery Community Fund
07/05/2019 - Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
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Found: before it began. Formerly a director of a major investment bank, he has been a Local Councillor and a Member
3. The Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport extends the terms of four members of Arts Council England until 31 October 2017.
11/09/2017 - Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
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Found: Awards, Philanthropy Impact and The Philanthropy Workshop (previously the Institute for Philanthropy). Matthew
4. Growing a Culture of Social Impact Investing in the UK
28/06/2019 - Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
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Found: GROWING A CULTURE OF
SOCIAL IMPACT INVESTING
IN THE UK
In 2016, the UK government
Social Investment Awards: shortlist announced - GOV.UK
1. Charities Bill [HL]
07/07/2021 - Grand Committee
1: £750 million package of support for charities, social enterprises and the voluntary sector, as well as - Speech Link
2: large offices at a time when the charity needed investment to buy a better office and work with more staff - Speech Link
3: Government will take to grow the levels of giving and philanthropy in this country. Increased giving can help charities - Speech Link
2. Funding for the Arts
13/09/2016 - Westminster Hall
1: on philanthropy. In the last six years, we as a Government worked hard to encourage philanthropy, and - Speech Link
2: increased the money that they bring in through philanthropy, and they make ever more impacts in other parts - Speech Link
3: pieces, giving much more value in return for the investment than we might have expected. It is unfair to - Speech Link
3. Covid-19: Museums, Galleries and Historic Buildings
21/05/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: open parks, because numbers can be managed and social distancing controlled. Crucially, it could be the - Speech Link
2: health of pupils and would assist schools to provide social distancing and find the space they need.Secondly - Speech Link
3: Minister to look again at ways to stimulate more philanthropy in our society through, for example, the promotion - Speech Link
4. Dormant Assets Bill [HL]
26/05/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: funding with the explicit aim of growing the social investment market. Since then, with partners, it has - Speech Link
22/10/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: that goes with the bricks and mortar in terms of social care for the elderly and frail. These are very - Speech Link
2: difficult times, and the long-awaited reform of social care funding is an opportunity to look at housing - Speech Link
3: 15 years? Can he therefore tell us how many new social—not affordable—housing units are to be created - Speech Link
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