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Wendy Richardson

Analysis Wendy Richardson and Leticia Ruiz-Capillas 3 March 2020

Memories of a philanthropy pioneer

A moving and personal tribute to the late Mott Foundation chairman, William S. White, from colleagues and friends Wendy Richardson and Leticia Ruiz-Capillas The red and blue flashing lights in his review mirror – no …

Special feature Wendy Richardson 29 November 2016

Community philanthropy’s ‘burning issues’

Supporting environmental activists in Mexico who face a climate of violence and insecurity. Exploring the use of shared spaces in Northern Ireland to address disadvantage and division, particularly across religious affiliation. Equipping and encouraging youth …

Conference reports 3 Wendy Richardson 27 May 2016

EFC AGA 2016: Preaching to the choir

There was a good turnout at the ‘What’s gender got to do with it?’ session on Friday morning. I think I counted more than 65 participants in the room at one point. But allow me …

Analysis Daria Teutonico and Wendy Richardson 2 March 2015

Going swimmingly: centennial year resources on community foundations

Daria Teutonico and Wendy Richardson 1914 was a big year for big ideas. In Australia, swimming enthusiasts developed a new kind of suit – the Speedo – and sold it on the market for the …

Opinion Wendy Richardson 3 July 2014

Pier Mario Vello – a personal tribute

Pier Mario Vello, secretary general at Fondazione Cariplo since 2006, prematurely passed away on 29 June 2014. He was 63 years old. Here Wendy Richardson remembers him. ‘Volunteers wanted for hazardous journey. Low wages, bitter …