There is no ‘one’ or ‘best’ way to engage in philanthropic giving. Philanthropy is highly personal. But if you take a small amount of time to do some exploring, asking questions, reflecting on needs – your philanthropy can make a real difference. Giving well can be challenging, but it can multiply the potential impact of your gift.
Have you ever questioned your giving? It will help you to reflect and consider your giving. Questions to consider include:
Here we provide information and links to help you reflect and consider your giving.
Philanthropy Ireland is here to support you at any stage of your philanthropic journey, whether you are just starting out or are looking to develop your giving, and increase your impact.
‘Philanthropy: An Opportunity to Make Your Mark’ is intended for donors – those who are already giving or those who plan to give; wealth advisors; and with an interest in the area. It includes a framework for giving, discusses current approaches to philanthropy, as well as providing a snapshot on tax and legal issues relevant to philanthropic giving in Ireland.
A philanthropic foundation is a vehicle that distributes donations from an individual, family or corporation to charitable causes. This guide was prepared by Philanthropy Ireland for philanthropists, potential philanthropists and key intermediaries, such as professional advisors.Download
Watch the story of Atlantic Founder Chuck Feeney, the man who has inspired Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and others to devote their wealth to the service of humanity during their lifetimes.Visit
This is Benefacts second annual report on Irish NonprofitsDownload
Founded in January 2004, the ONE Foundation is a private Irish philanthropic foundation which spent down all its resources by the time it closed, in December 2013.Download
DAFNE is a network of 27 donors and foundations networks from across Europe, with a collective membership of over 10,000 foundations.Visit
The European Research Network on Philanthropy (ERNOP) is an association and has been founded in January 2008 by collaborating philanthropy researchers in Europe, in order to advance, coordinate and promote excellence in philanthropic research in Europe.Visit
The European Venture Philanthropy Association (EVPA) is a lively community of organisations sharing the same vision and a common goal: creating positive societal impact through venture philanthropy. We’ll show you how.Visit
Philanthropy plays an important role in civil society, benefiting all of us. Philanthropy Ireland has created a philanthropy manifesto which we are asking Government and policymakers to embrace.