Philanthropy Impact

Inspiring philanthropy and social investment across borders, sectors and causes

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You might find some of these reports useful. Some reports are held as PDF documents within the site and others link to other sites.

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European Foundation Centre (EFC) & the Funders’ Initiative for Civil Society (FICS)
The European Foundation Centre (EFC) and the Funders’ Initiative for Civil Society (FICS) have launched a paper which addresses the trend of closing civil society space, how it is impacting...
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Philanthropy Impact Living Legacies Committee
The UK needs to create opportunities that encourage all who can afford it to give more. One mechanism that promises to be transformative in its potential to stimulate giving would...
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The Philanthropy Workshop
TPW's “Going Beyond Giving" Report seeks to better understand high and ultra-high net worth philanthropists' motivations, actions, and practices. It is the first study to include a sample of TPW's...
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The Shirley Foundation
1996-2016 Twenty Years of Grant Making - Autism and Information Technology An Overview of The Foundation’s Impact
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Charities Aid Foundation
The CAF World Giving Index looks at how and why people around the world give to charity. In this, the eighth edition of the CAF World Giving Index, CAF have...
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Tribe Impact Capital
Where does the word wealth come from? Tribe Impact Capital, the impact wealth managers, asked a simple question that quickly led to two much bigger ones: how has our relationship...
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Toniic
From the 2016 “T100: Launch” report we learned the importance of impact intermediaries and their role in helping investors move their portfolios successfully into 100% impact. Specifically, we learned that:...
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Caledon - Institute of Social Policy
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Maytree
A policy brief discussing if a universal basic income could reduce poverty.
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Caledon - Institute of Social Policy
Article on Universal Basic Income from a Canadian perspective.

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