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What gives?

Philanthropy is constantly evolving in terms of vehicles for charitable giving, demographics, distribution, methods of participation, and interaction between donors and organisations.

Indeed, there have been several reports illustrating the changing face of philanthropy over recent years, including annual commentaries on major gifts, such as the Million Pound Donors Report from Coutts, and more general surveys on the state of giving, such as the World Giving Index, published by the Charities Aid Foundation. 

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