LONDON/DUBAI — National Philanthropic Trust UK (NPT-UK) has been awarded the Editor’s award for its philanthropy offering at the third annual WealthBriefing Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Region Awards, which was held at the Taj Dubai on 8 November 2017. The previous night, NPT-UK’s CEO, John Canady, was also named as a finalist and highly commended for Philanthropy Advisor of the Year at the Spears Wealth Management Awards during a ceremony held at The Dorchester, London.
The WealthBriefing GCC awards recognise the best advisors and service providers in the private wealth industry. NPT-UK is a UK charity that offers donor-advised funds and other philanthropic vehicles to facilitate strategic and tax-effective charitable giving. NPT-UK is affiliated with National Philanthropic Trust, the largest independent provider of donor-advised funds in the United States.
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NPT-UK is a UK-registered charity dedicated to increasing philanthropy in society. NPT-UK offers donors-advised fund accounts to donors who wish to manage their giving over time and designated funds for donors who want to make one-time gifts.
NPT-UK is a UK/US dual qualified charity. Donations to NPT-UK are recognised for tax purposes in both countries simultaneously.
NPT-UK is affiliated with National Philanthropic Trust (NPT) in the United States. NPT was founded in 1996. Since that time, NPT has raised $8 billion in charitable contributions and currently manages $4.3 billion in charitable assets. It has made more than 178,000 grants totaling $4.3 billion to charities all over the world. NPT ranks among the 25 largest grantmaking institutions in the United States.