Gina Miller
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Gina’s reputation is as a smart dynamic entrepreneur who utilises her skills and experience in the work undertaken by Miller Philanthropy, launched October 2009 which formalises the philanthropic work Gina has undertaken throughout her life. Her focus and passion is supporting small heroic charities that are at the coal face of negative society trends.

Miller Philanthropy also offers an outsourced solution for time poor philanthropists who wish to give responsibly. The Miller family underwrites the foundation, so 100% of all donations are granted to beneficiary charities, with donors receiving bi-annual reports so they can be confident their generosity is making a significant, often transformational difference. The foundation typically works with 12 – 14 charities at any one time.

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Why Suits Needs to Be Street: Turning Inner City Youth Into Tomorrow's Business Leaders

(0) Comments | Posted 10 March 2014 | (15:55)

As the City of London starts to boom once more and bonus pools are growing, I believe corporate giving needs to re-focus in a more intelligent way to benefit the communities that make up the UK's cities - and elevate bankers and business people as mentors within city communities, rather...

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My Reflection on the Panorama Programme Last Week 'All in a Good Cause'

(0) Comments | Posted 18 December 2013 | (15:28)

BBC Panorama's 'All in a Good Cause,' which exposed how donations made to Comic Relief were invested via leading fund management companies, rather than going straight to worthy recipients will have surprised many donors, but it did not surprise me.

As an investment manager and a passionate campaigner for...

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Time to Reflect and Refocus

(0) Comments | Posted 25 November 2013 | (10:43)

Last week was a very depressing one with several alarming revelations related to the state of British society. An utterly shocking story of modern day slavery in our neighbourhoods with three women in Lambeth rescued due to the work of a heroic small community charity is only one example of...

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Ripped-Off Investment Britain

(1) Comments | Posted 5 June 2013 | (14:01)

Imaging sitting with friends on a relaxed night out and asking if any of them want to keep working until they're 70: there will be a purveying glumness and descent into depression at the thought.

However, this is the reality facing many people today in the UK, with statistics...

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A Voice for Victims: Why Funders Should Support the Fight Against Modern Day Slavery

(0) Comments | Posted 12 March 2013 | (14:04)

This week saw the publication of a ground breaking report, 'It Happens Here: Equipping the United Kingdom to Fight Modern Slavery' by The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ).

The report says there is a "shocking" failure in the UK to prevent the spread of modern slavery, leading to sexual...

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My Five Steps to 'Smarter Giving' in 2013

(2) Comments | Posted 17 January 2013 | (11:24)

Is it time to think differently about how we support charities? 2012 was something of a rude awakening for many charities - a year when household incomes continued to be squeezed and charities found themselves in greater need with reduced funding and rising costs. I'm sure that I'm not alone...

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