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Our interview to Kathy Reich, Director of the BUILD Program at the Ford Foundation, presents the cutting-edge $1 billion initiative to empower non profit organizations and enable them to raise effectiveness and sustainability.
Good governance should be a priority for every philanthropic organization. But in the case of the Carlsberg Foundation it represents a precondition and the essence of a unique model created to ensure stability and long-term view to the business while providing substantial philanthropic support for scientific research, talent and knowledge-sharing
We had a talk with Tonika Hirdman, Director General of Fondation de Luxembourg, to explore the evolution regarding the perspectives and needs of philanthropists, also in light of the prominent role in the country played by the private-banking institutions assisting HNWIs
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the San Francisco-based Mulago Foundation, which supports mostly early-stage organizations on the frontlines of poverty alleviation. We suspect the foundation will let the milestone pass with little or no fanfare. While we admire the foundation’s desire to avoid patting itself on the back, we believe it deserves widespread recognition.
New study by Donors and Foundations Networks in Europe (DAFNE) and European Foundation Centre (EFC) focuses on the necessary evolution in EU norms to promote an adequate development of the philanthropic sector that contributes annually about 60 billion EUR to crucial social issues
A report published today by the Global Impact Investing Network
(GIIN) reveals a range of available strategies used by investors to strengthen their ability to exit in a way
that meets liquidity objectives while also ensuring sustainable impact.
The study performed by the Lang Centre on Strategic Philanthropy for Fondazione Piero e Lucille Corti through the SROI method (IN ITALIAN ONLY)