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).
The Greg Secker Foundation
The Impact Investment Network Ltd
The Philanthropy Company
The Power of Nutrition
The South Yorkshire Community Foundation
The Staffordshire Community Foundation
ThoughtfulPhilanthropy offers personalized, professional research to inform your charitable giving.
Thoughtful Philanthropy’s Director, Lauren Janus, works with individuals and couples to understand their passions and priorities for giving to charity. Using her background in the charity sector combined with an MBA, Lauren creates giving reports that help her clients understand the issues behind the causes they care about, and suggests impactful ways to donate.
From climate change to AIDS in Africa, Lauren will map out the players and highlight the strategies organizations are following to solve the issue you care about. She’ll create an accessible, personalized report for you to take away and consider before deciding which group/s you will give to.
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Two Ridings Community Foundation
UK Community Foundations
UK Community Foundations is a registered charity that leads a movement of community foundations committed to positive social change in the UK through the development of “community philanthropy”.
University College London
University of Pennsylvania
Urszula Swierczynska - Fundraising/philanthropy advisory
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
VisionFund is the world's largest Christian microfinance network, active in over 30 countries. We offer small loans, savings, and insurance to families living in poverty, especially those in hard-to-reach, rural locations. Almost half of our clients are small-holder farmers. As part of World Vision, we build economic resilience in communities to help children grow-up with improved nutrition, healthcare and access to education. This year we impacted the lives of over four million children, with nearly three-quarters of our loans going to women.