We will help you define the strategy of intervention and measure your social impact
A professional support in your philanthropic journey.
A network of experts to create and implement strategic philanthropy and social investment initiatives.
An independent training with international speakers.
The most effective tools to manage strategic giving and create social change.
An observatory on the world of strategic philanthropy.
Pubblications, analysis and insights by involving the main players on a global level.
A chance for encounter, shared discussion and networking.
An annual meeting on measurable and effective philantropy reuniting the actors of change.
The interview with Daniele Giudici provides the necessary tools to understand the current evolution of community philanthropy in Italy
Philanthropy is a risky business and most initiatives, when rigorously tested, do not prove effective. Our interview with Andy Ratcliffe, CEO of Impetus – The Private Equity Foundation (Impetus-PEF), shows the way to funders to define their impact models in the search of greater effectiveness
The interview with Paul Gunstensen, Director of WASH Program at the Stone Family Foundation, highlights the Foundation’ path towards a strategy of intervention through venture philanthropy
We wish we had a nickel for each time we’ve had a discussion about helping grantees become high-performance organizations and heard a response like this from a funder: “I get it, but we’re not exactly the Gateses or Waltons.”
On occasion of the 20th anniversary of the National Center for Family Philanthropy, we discussed with Vice President Jason Born the tools family foundations are adopting in the search for greater effectiveness, often pushed by the rise of a new generation of philanthropists
In our interview with Céline Bonnaire, Executive Director of the Kering Corporate Foundation, we discuss the rationale underneath a philanthropic model able to align social change and business and highlight the Foundation’s perspectives and goals in Italy and abroad
Donor-advised funds are a cost-effective, convenient and flexible estate planning tool, explains John Canady, CEO at National Philanthropic Trust UK
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund has announced plans to expand its efforts to promote mission-aligned investing as an option for foundations and other funders.
Alliance editor Charles Keidan interviews Maurice Makoloo, regional director of the Ford Foundation in eastern Africa, to discuss the relationship between civil society and the private sector, the need for investment in philanthropy infrastructure, and the Ford Foundation’s commitment to combating inequality
Forget the paradigm that many believe Millennials to be the “Me Generation.” Research proves them to be the “Us Generation.” “Us” encompasses the world.
The GIIN’s 2017 Annual Impact Investor Survey is based on an analysis of the world’s leading impact investing organizations. Survey respondents collectively manage nearly USD 114 billion in impact assets, a figure which serves as the best-available “floor” for the size of the impact investing market.
This “Philanthropy Insights” explains Theory of Change and social impact assessment in practice through international experiences and Italian cases conducted by Fondazione Lang Italia (IN ITALIAN ONLY)
The study performed by the Lang Centre on Strategic Philanthropy for Fondazione Piero e Lucille Corti through the SROI method (IN ITALIAN ONLY)
The “Performance Imperative” helps organizations achieve more meaningful, measurable change so they can make as much difference as they possibly can for their beneficiaries
“To read this book is to hope that all human services organizations, and those that fund them, would embrace its recommendations—and to wonder how many millions of people’s lives would be improved, even saved, if they did” – Phil Buchanan