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).
Strategic and Business Planning - Setting the Context and Preparing for Growth: This includes strategic planning, governance, business/operational planning, financial planning, marketing and sales, collaboration activities, and campaigning and influencing. A clear understanding of the organisational objectives informs our approach enabling us to ensure that the planning outcomes become real operational tools. We support an organisation helping them to achieve its vision; tied in with ways to measure mission impact and operational effectiveness and efficiency. www.aperio-group.com/consultingandsupportservices/strategicandbusinessplanning.html
Readiness Support: Aperio provides a variety of services designed to enhance an organisation, creating and reinforcing an environment that stimulates innovation and social entrepreneurialism, through training and mentoring.www.aperio-group.com/consultingandsupportservices/otherservices.html
Enterprise Development: Our team has extensive experience in developing and/or growing social enterprise/trading/public sector contracting, improving the performance of trading operations, developing new markets, new sectors and new skills. Workshops, hands on development and additional resource are all provided. www.aperio-group.com/consultingandsupportservices/socialenterprisecharitytrading.html
Strategic Fundraising: Aperio provides strategic fundraising support by means of reviewing existing organisational approaches, opening up new markets to an organisation’s existing fundraising activities; major gifts revenue generation and high engagement giving/venture philanthropy. www.aperio-group.com/consultingandsupportservices/fundraising.html
Organisational Development: Interim services supporting turnaround and growth. www.aperio-group.com/consultingandsupportservices/otherservices.html
The Private Client team at BDO works both in the UK and internationally, with over 50 Partners and Directors and over 300 full-time professionals. Our client base ranges from high and ultra-high net worth individuals to FTSE 100 companies and international groups. We deliver a comprehensive set of services including asset structuring, succession planning, gifting and will planning, trust services, tax compliance, risk management, family business advisory and family office services.
We see the importance and impact of Philanthropy through advising our clients on a daily basis. COVID-19 has presented society with challenges none of us could have prepared for. No matter how or what you have given in the past now may be the time for us all to ‘rethink’ our strategy, and the level of our engagement and contributions. Everyone’s reasons for giving are personal, and we seek to advise clients on the benefits of giving that are unique to them and their family, and how to inspire future generations to get involved with family philanthropy.
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.
Bates Wells & Braithwaite LLP
Prism the Gift Fund
We believe that one day, aligning profits with social impact will be the norm.
We are one of the UK's leading social impact investment companies. Since 2002 we have worked with over 165 social enterprises and charities, enabling them to raise capital to grow their impact, and make a greater difference to the communities they serve. We currently manage over £260m of investors' capital across eleven operational funds, with a team of forty across five locations – Launceston, Bristol, Manchester, London and Birmingham.
In 2019/2020 we mobilised £43m of useful capital into the hands of 30 social enterprises from 175 investors.
RESONANCE SOCIAL IMPACT INVESTMENT FUNDS
We have created and manage eleven social impact investment funds, which focus on tackling major societal issues, with particular expertise in homelessness, poverty, community-led projects, health & wellbeing and education. Our funds aim to deliver a financial return and a targeted social impact to investors.
Our largest funds are the Resonance Homelessness Property Funds, which have reached £258m of funds under management, and are housing over 2,533 people on their way out of homelessness.
We are on a mission to transform the way SMEs and charities do business, moving us to a sustainable economy.
We believe collaboration between the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors is essential to achieve environmental balance, social justice, and economic prosperity across the globe. We support organisations who want to work in partnership, collaborate to achieve change, and actively involve those most affected, in decision making.
We know that businesses and charities who embrace sustainable development today, are the ones who thrive financially, socially and reputationally, tomorrow and into the future.
SDG Changemakers run workshops and partner with organisations on projects to show them how to embed, measure and communicate social and environmental value. We use the UN's universal call to action, the 17 Sustainable Development Goalds (SDG), as our framework linking them back to local and nationally led initiatives such as the TOMs, SBTi, GRI, ISO, PRI, SASB and the United Nations Global Compact.
We believe that every organisation should have access to effective, affordable and focused support to help them achieve their vision. As part of our commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals, we provide cost-effective solutions to transform, ignite and empower like-minded change-makers.
We also pledge to return at least 1% of our profits to support organisations who are beacons of these values and where our support can make a difference.
By leading with a sustainable purpose, SDG Changemakers is committed to responsible leadership, community-led innovation and financial, social and environmental sustainability.
SharedImpact is the world's first global donor-advised fund - a network of charities created to foster strategic philanthropy and impact investment around the world, by making it easier for donors, investors and charitable organisations to connect, give and receive donations tax-efficiently.
We have a unified charity tax structure that allows philanthropists and family offices in the UK, United States and Hong Kong to seamlessly move donations internationally while retaining all their local tax benefits. We also offer our clients an online platform which not only enables access to impact investments but also acts as a global fundraising service for social-purpose organisations.
Social Finance Group
Social Finance is a not for profit organisation that partners with the government, the social sector and the financial community to find better ways of tackling social problems in the UK and beyond. Our unique 50 member team comprises individuals with substantial financial, consulting and social expertise who share a common passion for solving entrenched social problems.
Since we started in 2007, Social Finance has raised over £24 million of social investment and designed a series of programmes to tackle social challenges. These include support for 2,000 short sentence offenders released from Peterborough Prison, 380 children on the edge of care in Essex, 2,500 young people at risk of becoming NEET and 800 rough sleepers in London. We are also alleviating fuel poverty for over 2,300 families in Sunderland, enabling 15,000 families to access nursery places and free children’s services, and providing 7,500 affordable micro loans in Wales.