#Global20 – Interview with Dame Stephanie Shirley CH, Businesswoman and Philanthropist

Over the course of the last 30 years, Dame Stephanie has given away almost £70 million to good causes.

In this interview, Dame Shirley talks about important role of women in philanthropy, Venture Philanthropy, and how she approaches and focuses her giving, investing strategically in projects that will benefit from her time or insight, as well as her money, to maximise positive outcomes.

#Global20 – Interview with Professor Frances Corner OBE, Warden of Goldsmiths

As part of our 20th anniversary celebrations, we are sharing 20 interviews with leaders in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. Here Nick Jaffer, President and CEO, Global Philanthropic (Asia Pacific), interviews Professor Frances Corner OBE, Warden of Goldsmiths, University of London.

In this interview, Professor Corner talks about the role of education in transforming peoples lives, Goldsmiths' commitment to diversity and community, and its initiative around art for social good.

Why Planning For Endowment Is So Important

On 4th November 2022, Arts Council England (ACE) announced which organisations have gained or lost National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) status. NPOs will receive three-year funding support from ACE, starting in April 2023 and decisions were made in line with the government policy of “Levelling Up”. Funding of £446M will be shared by a total of 990 arts and culture organisations; but many organisations heard the unwelcome news that they would be receiving less funding, or none at all.

Building a bigger vision with Burgmann College

The heart of Burgmann College is its egalitarian ethos and deep belief in the value every member brings to its community.

This unique not-for-profit residential college, supporting students of the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra, holds relationship at its core. Yet, it was hesitant to explore amongst its community the potential for philanthropic support.

#Global20 – Interview with Geoff Holt MBE, DL Yachtsman and Disability Sports Ambassador

As part of our 20th anniversary celebrations, we are sharing 20 interviews with leaders in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. Here Ben Morton-Wright, Global Philanthropic Founder and Group CEO, interviews Geoff Holt MBE, DL, Yachtsman and Disability Sports Ambassador.

In this interview, Geoff talks about the challenges facing charities in the disability sector, the importance of brand and how The Wetwheels Foundation has structured its model as well as its strategic long term thinking and development plan.

#Global20 – Interview with Prof David Lalloo, Director, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

#Global20 - Interview with Prof David Lalloo, Director, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.

As part of our 20th birthday celebrations, we are sharing 20 interviews with leaders in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. Here Ben Morton-Wright, Global Philanthropic Founder and Group CEO, interviews Professor David Lalloo, Director of Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM).

#Global20 – Interview with Lord Simon Woolley, Principal of Homerton College, University of Cambridge

#Global20 interview with Lord Simon Woolley, Principal of Homerton College, Cambridge and Pam Davis, President, Global Philanthropic (Europe). In this interview, Lord Woolley explains how philanthropists can empower beneficiaries and allow them to be the experts in making impact.

#Global20 – Interview with Griff Green, Co-Founder Giveth

#Global20 interview with Griff Green, Co-Founder of Giveth and Ben Morton-Wright, CEO, Global Philanthropic on the future of cryptocurrencies and this new area of development in philanthropic transactions.

#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.