Wings – The Philanthropy Transformation Initiative Report – Enabling change, walking the talk and creating the future.  

“Philanthropy’s Transformation” is an interesting report on philanthropic effectiveness; it represents a collective and unified effort from various philanthropy networks, advisories, support organizations, academic centres, and funders worldwide. The overarching goal is to challenge the philanthropic field to have a greater impact by consolidating collective insights and global experiences into a single framework.  The initiative […]

Update: National Policy on Philanthropy

Philanthropy Ireland has been working with the Department of Rural and Community Development in drafting The National Draft Policy on Philanthropy. We were delighted to hear the Department received over 60 submissions, indicating substantial interest and engagement from our own membership, many of which have been made public over the last few weeks. The Policy […]

€94,718,450 reported in charity bequests for 2021

€94,718,450 was reported in charity bequests for 2021, accounting for 3.3% of charity income according to the Charity Regulator’s new report on Charitable Bequests. This data was derived from the analysis of 6,007 annual reports for the year 2021, all of which were filed by February 2023.  It is worth noting that nearly one-fifth of […]

Next Frontiers- unlocking resources in this time of crises and possibilities

The Philanthropy Ireland team got the opportunity on Tuesday 11th July to attend some of the virtual sessions offered by the New Frontiers Conference. The conference, hosted by Joseph Roundtree Foundation brought together over 50 speakers and 1000 attendees.  There were a few key takeaways and concepts for philanthropists and philanthropic institutions to think about as […]