Four years after its launch in 2004, the European Venture Philanthropy Association’s (EVPA) membership has recently passed the hundred mark, with members in 21 countries. Formed to promote venture philanthropy in Europe, EVPA draws its support largely from the private equity industry and the foundation sector. It also numbers several universities and research bodies among its members. In response to this rapid growth, it is about to undergo a number of changes. In addition to opening a permanent office in Brussels, Serge Raicher will take over the Chair from EVPA founder Doug Miller.