At Rathbones, we see it as our responsibility to invest for everyone’s tomorrow, and our responsible investment committee is at the heart of this purpose, taking the lead in carrying our strong heritage of seeking to think, act and invest responsibly into the future.
Our charities team introduce our first edition of Charity Matters, which looks at how charities are facing up to the enormous challenges of the coronavirus crisis.
America seems chaotic from the top down. Yet, if you look hard at the bottom – main street – you can get a better idea of how the US is faring, argues Chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth.
Kieran Gordon, CEO at Career Connect, reveals how the charity’s staff have shown great determination and dedication to continue reaching out to the people it supports.
The Trussell Trust and Mental Health UK are two charities witnessing unprecedented need at a time when charitable donations are reducing. One supports the mental health of those in need, and the other supports food banks who provide emergency assistance to people unable to afford essentials
Carole Harder, Chief Executive of The Percy Hedley Foundation, tells us about the impact of Covid-19 on the charity, how it has been adapting and the value of people and relationships.
The lockdown has put pressure on many households, like those juggling work and childcare or home schooling. But it has given others time to catch up on tasks they have been putting off. Here we offer a helpful list of financial affairs jobs that people often procrastinate over.
Jacki Smart, recently appointed Chief Executive of ACCORD Hospice in Paisley, Scotland shares her thoughts on adapting services, community support and financial management through the Covid-19 crisis.
Charity Manager Jill Hayden and Finance Manager Hilary Seaward tell us how John Huntingdon’s Charity is coping with demand for its services as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak at a time when its income is falling.