Philanthropy

By Tempus | 30 Oct 2018

Ten Trinity Square launches 'Champions Challenge' charity tournament

Ten Trinity Square private members' club is inviting members and Londoners alike to take part in a charity pool and golf tournament running weekly throughout November. The Champions Challenge pits... Read More

By Cheryl Markosky | 30 Aug 2018

Live guilt-free in a luxury eco-friendly second home

Ultra high-net-worth individuals desire private existences in exclusive places but, increasingly, they’re discovering creative ways to keep their eco-footprints light while s... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 28 Aug 2018

How South African Stellenrust Estate is innovating red wine with Sabi Sabi's unique 'Bush Maturation' process

When Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve opened its doors to tourists seeking sustainable, luxury safari 39 years ago, it knew that any luxury offering would need a wine selection as remarkable as its... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 24 Aug 2018

Heaven on earth: how to find the ultimate private paradise in Mauritius

Mark Twain famously wrote that “Mauritius was made first and then heaven; and heaven was copied after Mauritius”, and it’s pretty hard to disagree. If we made a checklist for paradis... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 21 Aug 2018

NOMOS Glasheutte releases limited edition timepieces to aid Doctors Without Borders

A Nobel Peace Prize-winning humanitarian organisations, Medècins Sans Frontiéres – or Doctors without Borders – was founded in 1968 by a group of young doctors determined to ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 09 Aug 2018

Sabi Sabi Safari Lodge remembers how Nelson Mandela won a stand off with an elephant

The incredible life of Nelson Mandela – trailblazing civil rights leader, political prisoner and South African president – has been well remembered this year, with an international day of ... Read More

By Rose Adams | 07 Aug 2018

The sweet smell of success: Tempus talks to fragrance entrepreneur Nathalie Vinciguerra

To achieve success in your chosen field, it’s fundamental to live and breathe what you do – and no one knows this more than Nathalie Vinciguerra, founder of luxury fragrance brand Anima Vi... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 06 Aug 2018

How Wilderness Safaris is helping HNWs travel with purpose

Many African safari tours have long eschewed their not-so-humble beginnings as extravagant big-game hunts for the Victorian elite in favour of building a contemporary history providing luxur... Read More

By Scott Manson | 25 Jul 2018

Green is the new black: how sustainable design and luxury goods came together

There was a time when luxury and ecological concerns were uneasy bedfellows. How to square the conspicuous consumption and excess of high-end goods with the perceived hairshirt nature o... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 13 Jul 2018

How Bottletop is transforming the world of sustainable fashion

Nestled between the ritzy boutiques of luxury brands and multi-million-pound corporations that occupy much of London’s Regent Street lies Bottletop, a small store with a big heart... Read More

By Rose Adams | 10 Jul 2018

Animal instincts: Tim Flach invites us to adopt a fresh perspective on wildlife conservation

The work of London-based animal photographer Tim Flach is renowned the world over – and rightly so. An Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society since 2013 – a title shar... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 04 Jul 2018

Discover the design hotlist: wildlife photographer Tim Flach

From architecture and interiors to art and engineering, Tempus has teamed up with a board of leading experts to unveil the eight innovators set to shake up the design world in Britain in 2018. Each da... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 22 Jun 2018

How do you turn a charity fundraiser into a global giving phenomenon? Eva Longoria reveals all

The phrase ‘fiscal responsibility’ is hardly the sexiest of buzzwords, but for Eva Longoria Bastón, it is the single ethos that has turned her charitable endeavour into a modest fun... Read More

By Rose Adams | 08 Jun 2018

Blancpain unveils new Ocean Commitment watch to celebrate World Oceans Day

Luxury timepiece manufacturer Blancpain has unveiled the perfect maritime accessory, released just in time for World Oceans Day on Friday 8 June. The Ocean Commitment III will be the third i... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 07 Jun 2018

Musician Dougie Poynter on why he wants to encourage the UK's biggest venues to ditch plastic

Dougie Poynter is perhaps best known for his astronomical rise to fame with pop-rock band McFly, but after 15 years of touring the world's most illustrious music venues and stadiums, the bass play... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 06 Jun 2018

Olympic medallist Victoria Pendleton on adopting animals and going vegan for the environment

Victoria Pendleton CBE is best known as a former Olympic Cyclist who dominated the London 2012 Games, but now she's going for gold for our environment by helping Tempus support the WWF at our very... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 05 Jun 2018

WWF's Tony Juniper on how we can help the fight against climate change

Tony Juniper is one of the world's leading environmentalists, educating a generation of leaders in business and government to concerned individuals through his role as WWF director of advocacy and... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 04 Jun 2018

Comedian Alan Carr on the environment, alpacas, and hosting the Tempus Earth Conservation Gala

Comedian Alan Carr is best known for the warm but quick-witted persona that has seen him take on television talk shows as Chatty Man and sell out stadium tours. Off stage he's no different, as Tem... Read More

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