Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the Oakfield Trust’s international conference on social enterprise. Presentations and panel discussions at the symposium showcased leaders in the social sector hailing from Ireland and Scotland.
Are good intentions enough?
How do we know we are making a difference?
A group of diverse philanthropy practitioners came together for a two-part session facilitated by Philanthropy Ireland (PI) to probe into these questions.
The two sessions led by philanthropy adviser, Emma Lane-Spollen, were held as part of PI’s ‘Philanthropy in Practice series’ in the first two weeks of May 2022.
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Reflecting on the learning for philanthropy through the crisis phase of COVID 19, contributors at our recent Member Networking event emphasised the power of collaboration, the importance of listening and the value of sharing insights and knowledge