Discount on acclaimed new book about giving!
- Some grant decisions should be made at random(!)
- Deworming: problems under re-analysis
- What to when when you’re badly treated by a funder?
- A welcome public row about donor effectiveness
- Is grantee / beneficiary feedback a substitute for RCTs?
- Do gongs from HM Queen make any difference?
- Why I support AllTrials & suggest that you do too
- Helping mainstream donors to give better
- The key barriers to strategic philanthropy are practical
- Behavioural insights are rocket-fuel for charities
- Charities should get good at research uptake
- Systematic review of evidence to inform funding practice: outdoor learning
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Category Archives: Promoting giving
Answer: In a way that aligns the advisor’s incentives with those of the beneficiary. But which way does that? Along with many others, I’m often asked to advise donors about finding good charities to support and/or strategies to make their … Continue reading
Despite my giving £200 to Cancer Research UK through JustGiving when a friend did a sponsored something, I never heard a bean from Cancer Research UK about it. A year later, I gave £100 to another charity when another friend did … Continue reading
When did you last hear of a charity that was rubbish? By some estimates, fully 60% of donations are made with no research into the charity’s performance. Whereas about 0% of commercial investments are made with no research into the … Continue reading