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).
Founded in Bangladesh and now working in eleven countries, we are by some measures the largest non-governmental organisation in the world, an innovator in poverty eradication and a social enterprise offering sustainable pathways out of poverty. Demonstrating the power of a holistic, community-based approach and best known for the scale of our programmes we have created opportunities for 135 million people, mostly women, to create lasting change.
Poor communities are crucial actors and change makers in development and not passive recipients of aid. Working together we design programmes that promote social inclusion through microfinance, education, healthcare, agriculture, livelihood support, legal aid services, community empowerment and profit making social enterprises which feedback into development and take a triple bottom line approach.
BRAC UK works as part of the international BRAC family to raise awareness and funds for our low cost, high impact approach. Developing partnerships in Europe with non-governmental organisations, academics, research institutes, the private sector and governments.
CAN's vision is for a strong and impactful social economy that creates a better society. Our mission is to support charities, no-for-profit and social organisations to maximise their impact, sustainability and where appropriate, growth. We deliver on this mission by addressing the three key barriers Premises, Skill and Finance. Collaborative: Generous in sector support, we work collaboratively, share skills and knowledge to achieve Restless: Driven with creative hunger, we challenge norms, harnessing passion and energy to deliver Inclusive: Approachable, flexible and caring, we have faith in people. Bold: We take risk, act transparently, with integrity, honesty and courage to challenge and be heard.
Cancer Research UK
Charities Aid Foundation
City & Guilds of London Art School
De Montfort University
De Montfort University (DMU) is a dynamic institution with a long and vibrant history of improving people’s lives through education. Originally founded as the Leicester School of Art in 1870, the university has evolved through many incarnations including the Leicester Colleges of Art and Technology and Leicester Polytechnic.
Leicester Polytechnic officially became De Montfort University on 26 June 1992. The name was chosen to reflect the University’s long association with Leicester by commemorating the celebrated Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, a crucial figure in medieval history who established the first parliament in 1265. Our reputation for quality and distinctiveness in teaching and research is a direct result of our heritage.
Environmental Investigation Agency UK
Fondazione Lang Italia
- Advisory services
- Educational activities
- Roundtables and events for discussion & confrontation
Global Change Network
Global Change Network (GCN) is a strategy consultancy that helps mission-based organizations, socially-responsible companies and philanthropists improve the health and prosperity of people and the planet. Global change is a tall order. But our clients are doing just that by fighting deadly childhood diseases, addressing climate change and empowering women. GCN specializes in: strategic planning, partnership development, stakeholder and influencer engagement, campaign execution, branding and communications and UK liaison.
Leonard Cheshire Disability
London Business School
London Community Foundation
London School of Economics
Macmillan Cancer Support
Macmillan Cancer Support provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care.