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giving CIRCLES

Local groups can come together to form Giving Circles, pooling their resources, learning about their community and its needs, and deciding collectively where to give their money.

Types of Giving Circles

The focus of groups is wide-ranging and Giving Circles can include a whole variety of personal, social, and business networks and groups.

Giving Circle

 For advice on tax efficient Giving Circles please contact us.

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10 reasons for giving through HIWCF

1. Maximum impact

We use our local knowledge to ensure that your local giving will make a difference in your community.

2. Flexibility

You decide which community projects you would like to support. 

3. Trouble-free

We administer your fund including due diligence, accounting and reporting to the Charity Commission.

4. Active engagement

We organise visits to local community projects so you can meet the causes you are supporting and see the value of their work.

5. Investment management

Our professional investment managers build the value of your fund.

6. Regular feedback

We keep donors updated on the performance of their fund and provide a comprehensive annual statement.

7. Value for money

We are a non-profit charity and provide a comprehensive level of service to our donors for a small contribution towards our core running costs.

8. Long-term effectiveness

Setting up an endowment fund can help to make a real difference to local communities, now and for years to come.

9. Independent and impartial

Aim: to help ensure that your local giving makes a lasting impact in the areas that you care about most.

10. Individual and personal

Every fund established is individual to us and personal to you. Your fund is made-to-measure, to suit your circumstances and meet your local giving priorities.

 

MARK CARNEY TALKS AT UKCF SYMPOSIUM

Mark Carney

 

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