The Philanthropy Programme

The Philanthropy Programme 2017
The Philanthropy Programme is a series of four educational events, plus online resources to support your technical expertise in trusts and estates, develop your philanthropy advisory practice and expand your network.

Now in its fifth year, the programme has attracted over 900 attendees from across wealth management and private banks, trust and estate professionals, law firms, research and philanthropy advisory organisations.
Upcoming Events
  • 3 May 2017 - Tax Update in the context of philanthropic giving
  • 20 June 2017 - Status of the Social Investment and Social Enterprise Market
  • 19 September 2017 - Involving the Next Generation
  • 18 October 2017 - Cross-Border Philanthropy

Registration to the series will start soon. Download the full event series flyer in a PDF.


Previous attendees

“The event was excellent. The discussion was good and it gave me a greater understanding of philanthropy as part of wealth strategy”

“An excellent event with a well informed and lively discussion. It is always fun to hear people talking succinctly and openly”
"It was just perfect and brilliant for networking"
"It was really good to hear from an actual philanthropist who is open and prepared to share his view on the world" 
About our Programme partner

STEP is the worldwide professional association for those advising families across generations. STEP help people understand the issues families face in this area and promote best practice, professional integrity and education to their members. STEP has over 20,000 members across 95 countries from a range of professions, including lawyers, accountants and other specialists. What connects STEP members is that they all help families plan for their futures.

STEP has a number of special interest groups, to include their Philanthropy Advisors group. STEP’s special interest groups provide opportunities for practitioners and related professionals to connect and advance their focused area of practice. Specialisms focus around some of the more complex issues families face in planning for their future surrounding international families, protection of the vulnerable, family businesses and philanthropic giving, for example. The groups aim to benefit the practitioner, their area of specialisation, the clients they serve, and the industry at large. The groups are accessible by both Member and non-member individuals.

Contact the Philanthropy Programme Administration Team:

Philanthropy Impact
T: +44 (0)20 7430 0601

T: +44 (0)20 3752 3700

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