“The clear and present danger of climate change means we cannot burn our way to prosperity. We already rely too heavily on fossil fuels. We need to find a new, sustainable path to the future we want. We need a clean industrial revolution.”
You pace your cell. In just a few hours you'll be released. You want to make a fresh start. Being locked up isn't fun and the look on your sister's face when you were convicted still fills you with shame. But it will take guts. Where will you stay? What will you live on? You've stopped smoking weed, but can you stay stopped on the outside?
London and its suburbs from the International Space Station
Photograph credit: ISS/Nasa
We would be delighted for you to join our next charity investment training seminar. We have listened to your feedback and this year our training will feature the topics of ethical investing, social media for charities and the impact of disruptive technology on the charity sector and investment returns.
Rathbones’ charity team is delighted to have sponsored the production of Financial governance: a gentle guide for the non-financial charity trustee, authored by Dorothy Dalton and jointly published with the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO).
As the ski season draws to a close, we are delighted to report on the success of the Rathbones Roosters, who skied in Switzerland in January to support and be with disabled and severely injured servicemen.
Rathbones celebrates the launch of a new publication giving information and insights on the military charity sector
Our Rathbones charity team had the pleasure of hosting a book launch on Tuesday 14 March, to celebrate the publication of ‘United and Valued: Perspectives on Military Charities Today’.
With Rathbones’ recent move into the City of London, we were delighted to continue our support of its livery companies with the annual City Food Lecture.
Eleanor Rathbone was one of the unsung heroines of the 20th century. As a feminist, suffragist, MP and humanitarian activist, she influenced social and welfare reform both at home and abroad. Seventy years after her death, we celebrate her remarkable life and reflect on the enduring relevance of the qualities that made her who she was.