#Global20 – Interview with James Thornton, Client Earth

#Global20 interview with James Thornton, CEO, Client Earth. James and Pam discuss environmental philanthropy and the impact of a nonprofit using the law to protect the earth.

#Global20 – Interview with Hans Pung, RAND Europe

#Global20 interview is with Hans Pung, President, RAND Europe. Hans and Matthew discuss the long term impact the pandemic could have on education for this generation of youth and the impact of mental health on society during the pandemic.

Korea Business News Interview – The Business of Philanthropy

In December 2021, Global Philanthropic Asia Pacific President and CEO Nick Jaffer discussed the business of philanthropy with Mr Bruce Han on Korea Business News (KBN)

The Future of Philanthropy

I was recently asked by a large foundation to give my view of the future of philanthropy as part of a study. This prompted me to ask my colleagues at Global Philanthropic to join in a collaborative debate on the subject. Here is our thinking.

#Global20 – Interview with Lady Edwina Grosvenor

Our first #Global20 interview is with Lady Edwina Grosvenor. She is an English philanthropist and prison reformer. She is the founder and trustee of the charity The Clink, and founder of the charity One Small Thing. Lady Edwina Grosvenor shares what drives her as a philanthropist and what lessons we can learn, from her experience and journey with philanthropy.

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.

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.

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?

Will The Ongoing Global Pandemic Usher In A New Era Of Corporate Philanthropy?

A corporate philanthropic approach goes far beyond mere ESG compliance, and neither is it a reworked version of old-style CSR. It is a new approach, intended to address the deep social inequalities which were present before, but have been widened by, the pandemic.