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What can funders learn from Team GB’s Olympic gold rush?

25 August 2016
Tris Lumley and NPC

As the dust settles after another Olympics, many of us are left wondering how to fill our time now we can’t obsessively follow taekwondo and canoe slalom. Those of us in the world of charity funding might find ourselves pondering what we can learn from the (apparently pretty successful) funding of elite sport. UK Sport, funder of Team GB’s elite athletes, has declared victory on a global scale. Great Britain is now a sporting superpower. …


We’re recruiting a new Communication and Circulation Officer

24 August 2016
Alliance magazine

An exciting opportunity to be a part of a charity organization supported by the world’s leading foundations. APT is an international publisher of third sector material, including Alliance magazine, a quarterly publication on philanthropy and social investment globally. APT aims to create a culture of collective involvement where all team members can contribute to both the direction and processes of the organisation. We aim to be a fluid organization, being able to introduce new ideas …


One year subscriptions for only £20!

23 August 2016
Alliance magazine

To mark our 20th anniversary, we are offering new subscribers the chance to join the Alliance community by offering both …


‘Were you born here?’ What my migration story can teach philanthropy

22 August 2016
Diya Khanna

‘Were you born here?’ ‘No.’ The answer placed me outside the perimeters. I was marked not as a Canadian but …


Southern philanthropy to the rescue?

17 August 2016
Ine Van Severen and Mandeep Tiwana

In a time of receding foreign aid and restrictions on international funding, civil society organisations working on social justice and …