David and Victoria Beckham, Cara Delevingne Give It Up for Charity

Click here to read the full article. LONDON — The Sunday Times of London has outed some of Britain’s biggest philanthropists, and they include Selfridges’ former owners, the Weston family; David and Victoria Beckham; Cara Delevingne, and François-Henri Pinault and Salma Hayek. The newspaper published The Giving List as a sidebar to its annual Rich List, ranking donors by the percentage of overall wealth they’ve given away in the past year, and to which causes.More from WWDVictoria Beckham RTW Fall 2022Victoria Beckham RTW Spring 2022'Wannabe' Turns 25: Looking Back on the Spice Girls' Success Many gave to COVID-19-related charities in the wake of...
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Charities running migrant rescue ships accused of collusion with human traffickers, "facing 20 years in prison"

Charities running migrant rescue ships in the Mediterranean faced a pre-trial hearing in Sicily Saturday over alleged collusion with human traffickers after a controversial probe that involved mass wiretapping. Twenty-one suspects, including crew members of Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Save the Children and German NGO Jugend Rettet rescue ships, are...

Leaf charity threatened with closure appeals for help

A charity that has helped hundreds of cancer patients in the last 16 years is appealing for help after it was threatened with closure. Natasha Hunt set up Leukaemia Educating and Fundraising (Leaf) in 2005, when she was diagnosed with the disease. She has said Leaf has so far helped...

PVH Commits $10 Million in Global Investments to Provide Access in Fashion

As part of PVH Corp. Commitments, launched in 2021, the apparel group, through The PVH Foundation, will invest $10 million over the next four years in global nonprofit organizations to support programming and initiatives aligned with the company’s inclusion and diversity policies. The initial list of selected partner organizations...
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How GoFundMe’s new pages take a sensitive approach to grief

The gravity of grief doesn’t often translate over the fast clip of the internet. Obituaries and personal announcements of loss sit alongside the usual jetsam of a Twitter feed. In the physical world and in most digital representations, grief has a very specific visual language. It’s flowers and trees,...

Hospitals set up food banks and hardship loans for staff struggling with cost of living crisis

Hospitals across the country have set up food banks and are offering emergency “hardship” loans as health leaders warn staff are “struggling to feed their families”.Six NHS trusts have set up food banks or launched food voucher schemes for workers as part of efforts to help staff cope with the rising cost of living, while others have confirmed they are considering the move.Some hospitals have also begun offering emergency loans to help staff who are under financial pressure, while others have increased the payments made to workers in respect of their travel costs.The Cavell Nurses’ Trust, which supports UK nurses,...

NHS mental health trust sets up food bank for staff

A food bank has been set up by an NHS mental health trust over fears its staff are struggling with price rises. Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) said it was "concerned about the impact of the cost of living crisis". It said it had set up a food...

Leading European and Ukrainian charity foundations announced their participation in the world’s first innovative ChariFi’s project – The Zelenskiy NFT, developed by the IamUkraine studio.

The innovating first time used concept will help to monetize charitable experience for people. Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, people from all over the world are trying to find ways to support people affected by the events. Multiple organizations and communities do their part to provide aid for Ukrainian refugees or people in danger zones. And there are ones who have put the most innovative technology to service for this charitable goal: IamUkraine studio, which develops the Zelenskiy NFT project – an NFT collection dedicated to historical events in Ukraine and the bravery of its people.

Davos updates | UN food leader urges billionaires to help

DAVOS, Switzerland — (AP) — The head of the U.N.’s World Food Program is telling billionaires it’s “time to step up” amid the threat of rising food insecurity worldwide and says he’s seen encouraging signs that uber-tycoons like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are getting into the action.