Webinar transcript – Donor Stewardship: the key to success

This webinar focused on donor stewardship, tailored from minimum best practice standard to aspirational levels, to suit every scale of operation.

GP Europe welcomes new team members

Global Philanthropic is delighted to announce the strengthening of its European team with a series of new appointments this autumn.

Malcolm Hutton appointed Honorary President of Global Philanthropic

Malcolm Hutton's contribution, since the formation of the company nearly twenty years ago, has been quite phenomenal. We are delighted to announce on behalf of the Global Philanthropic Board and staff that Malcolm is appointed our first ever Honorary President.

Higher education – Unlocking philanthropic opportunities

There are important lessons which have come out of the pandemic for higher education organisations, lessons which are important to keep top of mind as we continue to move forward, and lessons which will continue to be as important post-pandemic as they were during.

Global Philanthropic honours three leaders in philanthropy at Talking Philanthropy 2021

Congratulations to this year's Philanthropy Award Winners, Fran Perrin, Dexter Yang, and Marcus Rashford.

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10 steps to engage your Board for better fundraising

Does your board engage in fundraising and take responsibility for your organisation’s revenue and growth? Or are they passive, or even invisible, in this process?

If you feel your board could do more, you’re not alone. The good news is, there are solutions to these challenges.

4 ways family businesses can lead the pandemic recovery

COVID-19 pandemic has revealed an intergenerational crisis and urgent need for a better model of capitalism.
With its long-term vision, stewardship and values-driven strategy, the family business model can be part of the global solution.

How COVID-19 Is Shifting the North-South Philanthropic Power Dynamic

How COVID-19 Is Shifting the North-South Philanthropic Power Dynamic

Sociologist Erving Goffman suggested that the best time to understand social interaction is when it’s disrupted. This may also be true of philanthropy, and the field is certainly experiencing disruption today.This has highlighted the historically unequal power dynamic that exists between philanthropic organizations in the Global South and resource-rich foundations of the Global North.

5 Ways To Make Your Giving Transformational

If you want your philanthropy to help change the world, you might need to change how your funding is structured. In addition to disrupting longstanding power dynamics between grantor and grantee, the way you structure your funding should align with the type of impact you wish to see. Here are five different approaches to funding that will help you—-and your partners—-increase your impact velocity.

Andrew Carnegie

Your philanthropic journey – what we can learn from the father of modern philanthropy.

Andrew Carnegie was one of the most successful businessmen and most recognised philanthropists in history. How can he guide our philanthropic journey?