Philanthropy Ireland Network Supports and Activity
We host three Member Networking events annually with invited guest speakers. Each event seeks to address an aspect of philanthropy of interest to you our members. Here you will find resources from most recent events. If there is a theme you would like to see addressed we would love to hear from you.
Spring Event 2021: Can Choices in Philanthropy Impact Progress?
Panel discussion from Sarah Watson, Head of UK Knowledge & Learning at The National Lottery UK Community Fund, James Banks CEO with London Funders and Alma Curran, Corporate Affairs Manager for Ireland with Medtronic sharing insights and learnings as we consider how philanthropy can impact future change.
Autumn Event 2020: Human Rights and Philanthropy
Webinar discussion from Dr Carol Baxter, Head of Asylum Services Integration, Department of Justice; Michael Barron, Head of the Equality Fund, Rethink Ireland and Dr Wanda Wyporska, Executive Director with Equality Trust UK on philanthropy practice in the context of equality and racial equality, particularly in COVID 19 recovery.
Summer Event 2020: Placing Collaboration at the Core
Collaborative style discussion from contributors: Katie Boswell, Assoc, Strategic Director and Leadership, NPC; Marcel Lauziere, President and CEO of the Lawson Foundation and Emma Lane Spollen, Philanthropy Advisor, Emma Lane Spollen & Associates on how collaboration between funders can lead to greater impact, recognising the challenges and opportunities involved, particularly in COVID 19 recovery.
Spring Event 2020: COVID-19 Experiences: Issues Emerging on Racial Equality
Supporting capacity and professional development is important. The training workshops seek to develop skills in the work of philanthropy using experienced trainers. Here you will find resources from recent workshops. If there is a theme you would like to see addressed we would love to hear from you.
Designing a Grant Programme 25th March 2021
This live interactive workshop on Designing a Grant Programme provided essential tools for those new to grantmaking or interested in doing a refresher course. Please click Download to access the slides and additional resources.
Unconscious Bias with BRAP UK 25th November 2020
This live interactive workshop on Unconscious Bias introduced the concept of unconscious bias, explored how bias manifests itself in our everyday lives and how it can influence decision-making when allocating funds as well as our attitudes and behaviour towards others.
Effective Grantmaking with NPC 29th September 2020
This live interactive workshop on Effective Grant-making provided essential tools for your grantmaking activity.
As we seek to develop and expand the networks of donors and philanthropic interests, the symposium is our annual flagship event targeted at those engaged or open to engaging in philanthropy. This is a space for donors and donor intermediaries to discuss the practice of philanthropy. Thought leadership is provided by keynote speakers in interactive sessions to maximise opportunity for engagement.
Building Back Better: Connecting Social Investment Tools with Philanthropy
Featuring contributions from the social investment space both at European and National level, discussions explored how social investment tools, such as social impact bonds, social contracts, and bridging finance can be used for social good and how they are being used across Europe.
The Challenge of Change: Philanthropy as a Catalyst
Where can philanthropy be an influencer for change? How can philanthropy best be enacted? Why engage? These where just some of the questions up for discussion and debate.
Philanthropy Ireland Insights
Members Survey 2019
In 2019, Philanthropy Ireland conducted a survey to capture member activity in 2018.
The Impact of the 2013 Change in the Tax Treatment of Charitable Donations Report
In July 2018 Philanthropy Ireland engaged BDO to review the impact of the 2013 change in tax treatment of charitable donations, in particular the change in the system for tax relief on donations in Ireland as operated under Section 848A of the
Taxes Consolidation Act 1997.
Institutional Philanthropy and Social Investment in Ireland Study
An exploration of the findings of the GPR study conducted in Q4 2016