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Alliance Breakfast Club – #research2practice

4 April 2017
Halie Dalton

The most recent Alliance Breakfast Club, held at St. Luke’s Community Centre in London, debated the tensions between philanthropy scholars and practitioners, as presented in the March issue of the magazine, guest edited by Marta Rey Garcia. Alliance editor Charles Keidan facilitated a lively debate between panellists and audience members from  foundations, academia, and the non-profit sector. Reflecting of the range of philanthropic backgrounds present at the event, Charles was joined on the panel by Paul …


Why racial equity? Why now?

24 March 2017
Keecha Harris

This article was originally posted on the Center for Effective Philanthropy, on 16 March 2017. The original article can be found here. In my work with foundations on environmental issues and organizational change, a question I’ve heard with increased volume over the years is: “Why should we focus on racial equity now?” My response? We cannot afford not to focus on racial equity — politically, socially, economically, or environmentally. If we want our sector to be relevant …

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Alliance Breakfast Club – #ShiftThePower

14 February 2017
Halie Dalton

The 9 February Alliance magazine Breakfast Club, hosted by St Luke’s Community Centre in London, and sponsored by the Charities Aid Foundation, …

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Alliance Breakfast Club – How much influence does philanthropy have?

23 September 2016
Sam Desborough

The September 2016 Alliance breakfast club, kindly hosted by Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) focused on the influence of philanthropy, and …

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Alliance Breakfast Club – Refugees and migration: philanthropy responds

25 April 2016
Holly Steell

The latest Alliance breakfast club, held in association with the Barrow Cadbury Trust and sponsored by Smart Simple, addressed how …