A lack of clarity as to how existing UK regulations should be interpreted is potentially restricting the flow of capital from philanthropic investors, who are sometimes nervous about embracing more innovative models of funding.
A discussion paper highlighting best practice, developed after consultation with leading charitable foundations who are developing interesting and innovative approaches to this challenge and building robust and defendable models for making social investments, despite the ongoing regulatory. uncertainty.
Do join us at:
- Social Impact Investors Group – 15th January 2019
- EVPA venture philanthropy steering group – date to be confirmed
- The Gathering – 11th March 2019
Get in touch
Holly Piper, CAF Venturesome – HPiper@cafonline.org
David Bartram, UnLtd – firstname.lastname@example.org
Duncan Brown, Shift – email@example.com
May 29, 2020
Research conducted by Shift in partnership with CAF Venturesome, Unltd and principal funder Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.
November 20, 2018
Improving the financial support for social entrepreneurs who are using non-traditional business models and structures