Here you will find a list of Philanthropy Impact members (denoted by background colours) as well as resource organisations/umbrella bodies, for example EVPA (with clear backgrounds).
Cazenove Capital is the private wealth management and charity investment business of Schroders. We offer personalised discretionary and advisory investment services to a broad variety of clients, as well as wider wealth management services such as wealth planning, philanthropy advice, cash administration, deposit-taking and lending.
Each of our clients has unique financial requirements and objectives, but all have a common goal – to preserve and grow the value of their assets. We explore each client’s needs in detail and advise them on the most suitable financial solutions for their particular circumstances. Our client communication and reporting is effective, clear, flexible and comprehensive. We also have efficient custody, administration and reporting platforms which enable clients to centralise their financial affairs with us with confidence.
Overall, we believe that our complete range of services and the quality of our private client and charity specialists, together with the stability and depth of investment resource of the Schroder Group give us an unparalleled ability to look after our clients.
Centre for Asian Philanthropy and Society
Centre for Civil Society, London School of Economics
Centre for Strategic Philanthropy
The Centre for Strategic Philanthropy (CSP) within the University of Cambridge Judge Business School is dedicated to enhancing the impact of strategic philanthropy both within and from global growth markets. Through a combination of rigorous research, executive education and the convening of diverse voices, the Centre aims to become the leading hub of actionable knowledge to catalyse greater philanthropic impact from the world’s fastest growing regions.
Chapel & York
Founded in 1997, Chapel & York has always specialised in international fundraising and activities for organisations. We have worked with nearly 500 organisations over the years
Uniquely, in countries where having a local organisation through which donors can tax-effectively make gifts, we both set up and manage dedicated legal entities and have our own Chapel & York organisations. We can thus ensure the right answer for our clients’ needs.
Chapel & York has six C&Y charitable organisations around the world – the US, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Switzerland and The Netherlands – which facilitate tax-effective international giving plus provide a platform through which organisations can fundraise without needing to establish their own dedicated entities.
These Chapel & York Foundations provide training and advice about fundraising internationally for their local and regional stakeholders. They also provide benefits to American donors – the US and UK entities are linked as are the Hong Kong and US entities so that American taxpayers can have a UK or HK tax benefit plus a US tax-deduction.
Chapel & York also provides philanthropic advice and guidance to donors who want to establish a philanthropic giving programme
2020 sees a major milestone for Chapel & York in its work for clients with the creation of a dedicated bespoke International Fundraising Department to ensure clients’ international fundraising activities are as successful as possible.
Chapel & York has offices in Mayfair London, New York, New Orleans, Geneva, Amsterdam and Hong Kong, and staff worldwide.
Charities Aid Foundation
Charity Commission for England and Wales
Charity Commission for Northern Ireland
Charity Finance Group (CFG)
Charity Tax Group
Cheshire Community Foundation
City & Guilds of London Art School
Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland
Community Foundation for Calderdale
The Community Foundation for Calderdale improves lives and unites the people of Calderdale through philanthropy.