Innovation In Giving

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    Year Here

    Year Here is a postgraduate leadership programme that challenges Britain's brightest talents to a year of tackling society's toughest problems. Read more.

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    Impossible is a new social network which aims to encourage a giving economy, where people give their time, skills and resources to help each other for free. Read more.

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    Makewaves Experts, the new platform from DigitalME and Makewaves, empowers parents to contribute to their children’s education by sharing their knowledge and skills. Read more.

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    Locality Brokers

    Locality Brokers matches private sector property professionals with communities championing a planning, land or building project in England for mutual benefit. Read more.

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    Give What You’re Good At

    Give What You’re Good At matches professionals who want to give their skills to charities who need talent. Read more.

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    Casserole is a neighbourhood food sharing scheme that connects people cooking at home with others in their community who could benefit from a home-cooked meal. Read more.

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    GoodPeople is a web-based talent platform – built on top of social technologies such as Twitter, Linkedin and Facebook – helping organisations attract people who want to use their skills to support the causes they care about. Read more.

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    National Funding Scheme

    The National Funding Scheme (NFS) has launched DONATE, a mobile giving platform freely available to all arts and cultural organisations in the UK. Read more.

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    iReach will be an online hub connecting charities with talented professionals who want to donate their skills. Read more.

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    somewhereto_ helps young people find the space they need to do the things they love. Read more.

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    Growing Together

    Growing Together is a unique new partnership of voluntary sector organisations, which aims to unlock land for community growing use. Read more.

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    Photofoundation is a social enterprise which enables people to give to charities by donating their best photos to an image bank. Charities can use the images for free, for their websites or marketing campaigns. Read more.

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    Young Philanthropy

    Young Philanthropy (now BeyondMe) introduces young professionals to a career of giving and develops their potential as leading philanthropists. Read more.

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    Yimby by JustGiving is a new crowdfunding community for social good. Yimby provides an easy way for people to use the web to raise funds for social and local projects. Read more.

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    Women Like Us

    Women Like Us has launched a new digital careers service, enabling women to exchange skills and advice on balancing work with a family. Read more.

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    Chip In

    ‘Chip In’ is a range of uniquely designed, contactless payment card readers, which make charitable giving fast, fun, and harmonious with urban lifestyles. Read more.

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    Ministry of Stories

    Ministry of Stories is a creative writing and mentoring centre for young people in east London. Read more.

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    Dot Dot Dot Property

    Dot Dot Dot gives people who do great voluntary work cheap homes by placing them in properties which would otherwise be empty, on a temporary basis. Read more.