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BRAC UK
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Founded in Bangladesh and now working in eleven countries, we are by some measures the largest non-governmental organisation in the world, an innovator in poverty eradication and a social enterprise offering sustainable...

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EVPA
The European association for social (impact) investors and venture philanthropists, is releasing its latest report capturing the learnings and findings of ten years of practice: A Practical Guide to Venture...
FoodCycle
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FoodCycle is a charity aiming to reduce food poverty & social isolation, whilst building stronger, more resilient communities by combining volunteers, surplus food and spare kitchen spaces to create healthy, tasty meals for vulnerable people in communities. Not a food bank or a soup kitchen: we are a network of projects, thinking that food poverty & food waste should not coexist.
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ABN AMRO
The Dutch market for social impact bonds (SIBs) is still in its infancy, but its potential to grow into a key public sector funding instrument prompted ABN AMRO to investigate...
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This blog outlines the state of SIB's in the Netherlands.
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This is a roundup of the most popular articles and blogs from the Philanthropy Impact website during 2015.
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EVPA
This manual by European Venture Philanthropy Association (EVPA) focuses specifically on non-financial support, which they define as the support services VPOs offer to investees (SPOs) to increase their societal impact,...
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The following is a blog written by the Chair of Philanthropy Impact, Grant Gordon, after attending the third Shaftesbury Dinner event.
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Good news for major gift fundraisers: major donors feel (way) more engaged than NGOs think!
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Results from a national online poll show that 56% of British full time workers would volunteer their skills to fight poverty in a developing country, if they had the support...

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