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Kate Middleton’s charities: a curious but quite good set for a beginner
The Duchess Formerly Known as Kate Middleton announced today her first four charity affiliations. It’s a quirky set. If she’s clever, Kate (if we’re still allowed to call her that) can add a load more value to them. The overriding … Continue reading
Posted in Analysing giving, Celebrity giving Tagged Charity, Charity performance, Charity results, Donation, Donors, Duchess of Cambridge, Evaluation, Impact, Kate Middleton, Patron, Philanthropy, Prince Harry, Prince William, Randomised control trial, Randomized control trial, Royal wedding, Royal wedding charity 1 Comment
Charitable gifts for the Royal Wedding: analysis of the plan
Prince William &Kate Middleton are asking for donations to a set of charities, rather than wedding gifts. Here’s my analysis of their plan. Good idea For sure the couple don’t need any towels from John Lewis. And since charities’ income falls … Continue reading