Philanthropy Impact

Inspiring philanthropy and social investment across borders, sectors and causes

Resources

Cross-Border Giving

This section contains information on specific countries in downloadable PDF format. If the country you are particularly interested in has not been included, then please forward your request by email administration@philanthropy-impact.org

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Smart Giving is a report created by Barclays in response...

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Charity Finance Group (CFG) produce a quarterly bulletin for charities and social enterprises looking at economic issues affecting the sector. The July issue includes updates on wage growth,...

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PwC have produced a series of publications for managing in a downturn, with the latest in the series looking at the 'new normal' operating environment for charities and social enterprise....

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The Shell foundation has produced a short briefing document introducing the challlenges and opportunities to eliminate energy poverty and improve access to technology. As an essential resource...

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WISE Philanthropy Advisors have published a guide to family philanthropy for entrepreneurs and business leaders. It is free to access and can be viewed here

Portland Communications Communicating Global Giving
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With a foreword by Kofi Annan, the publication contains a range of articles on at regional and cultural differences in how philanthropists communicate.

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A report on social entrepreneurship in Kenya, South Africa, Mexico and Colombia. 

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Aleron Group is a consultancy specialising in impact investing, quantitative analysis and social impact reporting. The group...

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WINGS have produced a guide for international grantmakers and organisations on how to better approach issues of accountability and transparency in philanthropy

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The report sets out ideas for an international framework for defining and assessing social impact investment and discusses other elements that would be needed to further develop the market. As well as the scope for institutional investors to invest in social programmes in developed countries, the report examines how impact investing might leverage more resources for development in poor countries.

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