You're currently viewing:


Belfast celebrates a peace process by posing questions to Philanthropy

Avila Kilmurray 23 April 2024

Reflecting on discussions held in Belfast, framed by the question ‘Countering Violent Conflict and Polarisation: How Can Donors Help?’ Melanie Greenberg (Humanity United) praised the event – ‘I think it was for creative imagination, moral …

Climate change, misinformation and the UK election

Harriet Kingaby 23 April 2024

There are three core issues we can’t afford to ignore this year. First, globally we experienced the hottest February in recorded history, second is that more than half the world’s population is going to the …

labels on cork board, one says 'human oriented company', another 'people first'

Positive impact investments need clearer label

Jana Bour 17 April 2024

Impact investors have united to voice concerns about the European Union’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), saying the regulation doesn’t recognise the difference between positive impact investment and investments in sustainable practices. The SFDR was created …


Alliance magazine 11 April 2024

Progressive UK philanthropy leader Moira Sinclair steps down from Paul Hamlyn Foundation 

Shafi Musaddique 5 April 2024

Paul Hamlyn Foundation chief executive Moira Sinclair is to step down from her role next year February, after a decade at the helm.  Known as a progressive force in British philanthropy, Sinclair’s step away comes …

Impact Investing World Forum 2024

Alliance magazine 4 April 2024

2024 Collective Impact Action Summit

Alliance magazine 4 April 2024

Legacy Fundraising Virtual Conference 2025

Alliance magazine 4 April 2024

Events Fundraising Virtual Summit 2025

Alliance magazine 4 April 2024

FundraisingTech 2024

Alliance magazine 4 April 2024