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Amy McGoldrick

Conference Report Amy McGoldrick 21 May 2019

What we can learn from the latest International Giving trends?

The Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) has now released almost ten years’ worth of data on giving behaviour via its World Giving Index (WGI). The findings of this index ignite conversations about giving and generosity in …

Analysis Amy McGoldrick 2 April 2019

Alliance Breakfast Club: #SystemsChange

‘Intractable problems the world faces cannot be solved in isolation,’ began Nick Glicher, Director of TrustLaw at the Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF) in his welcoming remarks. ‘Problems are interconnected and interdependent – and so are …

Analysis Amy McGoldrick 5 February 2019

Alliance Breakfast Club: #RoyalPhilanthropy

Delegates and panellists stoically shuffled in from the bitter cold and snowy street-slush into The Loft at The Club at the Ivy, to take part in an informative and insightful Breakfast Club on Royal Philanthropy. …

Conference reports Amy McGoldrick 22 January 2019

Family matters: thoughts on a Philanthropy Impact roundtable

Family foundations are taking active steps to engage the next generation and in many organizations, all generations are involved in influencing giving decisions and operations as a means to educate and prepare family members for …

Analysis Amy McGoldrick 30 October 2018

Alliance Breakfast Club: #MuslimPhilanthropy

Alliance magazine’s Breakfast Club was hosted by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation on a bright, yet freezing London morning. The audience was illuminated by a thought-provoking and powerful panel on Muslim philanthropy, with speakers Fozia Irfan …

Conference reports Amy McGoldrick 18 September 2018

SEWF 2018: What’s new with social good

‘You exist despite the system, not because of it.’ Adele Peek, General Manager for Indigenous Engagement at Foundation for Young Australians, took to a stage that was overwhelmingly white and male at the Social Enterprise …

Analysis Amy McGoldrick 12 June 2018

Alliance Breakfast Club: #LiftUpPhilanthropy

Alliance magazine travelled outside of London in late May to host a quarterly Breakfast Club in partnership with WINGS at the EFC Conference in Brussels, Belgium. The mission was to illuminate philanthropy’s global infrastructure to …

Conference reports Amy McGoldrick 5 June 2018

EFC AGA 2018: Day three putting faith in culture

‘Faith, or religion, is one of the last frontiers not talked about within diversity,’ stated Kassim-Lakha. ‘Religious diversity is with us as a reality – so what are the tools and the language needed as …

Conference reports Amy McGoldrick 5 June 2018

EFC AGA 2018: Day two in music and numbers

Day two began exactly as I had excitedly booked – with a walking tour around Brussels’ city centre toward two stalwart favourites: Brussels’ Chocolate Museum, and the Museum of the Belgian Brewers. Here I learnt …

Conference reports Amy McGoldrick 5 June 2018

EFC AGA 2018: Day one heating up

As Brussels steadily baked over the rising sun on a Tuesday morning, the EFC Conference on ‘Culture matters: connecting citizens & uniting communities’ began. ‘Culture is a vital sign of any community,’ stated Luc Luytens, …