Happy birthday, book!

It’s a year since the publication of It Ain’t What You Give, It’s the Way That You Give It. This, Caroline Fiennes’ book about how any donor can do a great job, has met a great response:

Birthday Price! Just £12.99 (+ P&P. This is for the UK: for RoW, see below.)

“A terrific read” – The Guardian

Ben Goldacre: “You’ve been waiting for this:  Evidence-based charitable giving”

Indispensable … dispels the fog … no-nonsense …exactly the guide that donors need … refreshingly rigorous … long overdue” – Spears Wealth Management

“Refreshing … relentlessly logical … fresh and forceful … an important contribution” – Center for Effective Philanthropy

“Very helpful” a letter in The Guardian

“Thank goodness … engaging, informative, irreverent … compelling evidence and logic” – Alliance Magazine / Institute of Philanthropy 

“Strongly recommend … read this book and absorb its lessons” – Stephen Lloyd, UK’s top charity lawyer

“Huge amounts of insights … this is money well spent” – Philanthropy UK

Cocky and quirky in equal measure …inspiring … engaging … different and refreshing …thoroughly recommend … a must-read” – Whitebarn Consulting

Wonderfully easy-going and informative” reader

Intelligent, methodical and respectful … I love your sense of fun tooreader

Very annoying. Made me miss my tube stop 🙂 ” reader

All that is on top of other reader reviews and endorsements on the physical book, incl.:

The Freakonomics of the charity world – with better cartoons’  Martin Houghton-Brown, CEO, Missing People

Great advice: inspiring, entertaining and much-needed’ – James Caan, Dragons’ Den panellist

‘A unique and very clear guide to a very complex topic, with insight for any donor’ – The Body Shop

Caroline Fiennes explains how to balance heart and mind for serious philanthropy. She emphasises with clarity the importance of evidence and economics for to maximise good deeds per dollar’– Simon Singh, science writer.
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