Philanthropy means lots of different things to different people and the varied ambitions of our clients, and their families, are a reflection of their diverse range of backgrounds.
In today’s busy world it can be hard to find a quiet moment to think about charitable giving and what it means to you and your family. Wherever you are on your philanthropic journey, we can help you understand the key issues and guide you to a fulfilling outcome:
- We provide information on practical, flexible and effective giving including guidance on the best structure options
- We help you identify your own philanthropy profile including cause areas, extent and profile of involvement as well as measures of success to ensure your giving is meaningful to you and your family
- We show you how to engage family members, including children, to create an inter-generational legacy which can promote social responsibility
- We publish bespoke literature and hold exclusive events to help you widen your understanding of philanthropy.
THE WORLD OF PHILANTHROPY
The best way to discover more about the world of philanthropy is by learning from other philanthropists and experts in the field.
As a client you're able to attend events and round tables that have been specifically tailored to deepen your understanding of all aspects of giving and connect you to like-minded individuals.
Our bespoke literature includes our Guide to Giving which has been written to provide step-by-step advice and to answer questions about all aspects of charitable giving in five easy-to-read chapters.
We have also published ‘Smart Giving – The Guide to Donating’ [PDF, 936KB] – which has been created in response to demand from our clients for information on what they need to know before donating to feel confident that their donation will be well-spent. It encourages those giving to charity (or raising money) to look for information from charities – both to understand how the charity works and what impact they achieve, and to help them assess how the charity is managed and run.
If you'd like to learn more about this service please contact us and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible.
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What smart giving looks like for me
French serial entrepreneur Alexandre Mars launched several successful startups in the tech and mobile space before selling them on. Now 41 and New York-based, Mars is bringing his entrepreneurial and drive to Epic Foundation, a non-profit that aims to attract a new generation of philanthropists. Here he explains what motivates his philanthropy.
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