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Charity and Philanthropy webinar by Crowe LLP for Corporate charitable vehicles webinar
Corporate charitable vehicles webinar
This webinar series will discuss common issues relating to the creation and operation of corporate charitable vehicles and issues and risks associated with those vehicles.
4/24/2024 5:00 PM
Charity and Philanthropy webinar by GSMA for The GSMA Innovation Fund for Humanitarian Challenges
The GSMA Innovation Fund for Humanitarian Challenges
As global humanitarian needs continue to rise, there is an increasing demand to respond with innovative, impactful and scalable solutions powered by mobile and digital technology. On 11 December, the GSMA opened the GSMA Innovation Fund for Humanitarian Challenges. The Fund will provide grants as well as additional non-financial and technical support to projects that leverage mobile and digital technology to pilot and scale solutions that address humanitarian challenges in low- and middle-income countries. The specific objective of this new Fund is to test innovative use cases, partnerships, and business models that can improve access to sustainable digital-enabled solutions for those who are affected by – or vulnerable to – humanitarian challenges. The Fund is open to applications from for-profit small and growing enterprises (commercially viable start-ups, small and medium enterprises, and social enterprises with up to 250 employees). Successful projects will receive a grant of between £100,000 and £250,000 to scale their innovation over a 15 to 18 month period. Join this webinar to learn more about the Fund from key concepts, grantee support and eligibility.
1/11/2024 11:00 AM
Charity and Philanthropy webinar by ALNAP for Working across the HDP nexus: What have we learned?
Working across the HDP nexus: What have we learned?
Strengthening linkages between humanitarian, peace and development efforts – referred to as the ‘HDP nexus’ – continues to be a dominant policy priority. Given greater momentum by the 2019 OECD DAC recommendation on the nexus, recent years have seen an expansion of country-level pilots and global initiatives. Yet questions abound as to what these efforts have achieved – and what tangible progress looks like. Is the HDP nexus meant to offer transformative change for an outdated and supply driven aid sector? Or is it merely the international aid system focusing on breaking its own self-imposed silos? Where does shifting power to local actors and focusing on improved country level coordination come into the equation? Has the nexus been primarily driven by humanitarians, and what will it take to get meaningful engagement with peace and development actors? Should climate be added to the mix? Join ALNAP and key stakeholders in current HDP nexus efforts to reflect on the evidence to date and on what these efforts have achieved, where are the gaps and challenges, and what is needed to move these issues forward. ALNAP will present the findings of its latest evidence synthesis on the HDP nexus, followed by a moderated panel discussion on what actions can be taken to further advance HDP nexus ways of working.
12/7/2023 2:00 PM
Charity and Philanthropy webinar by Awen Coaching for Charity Professionals for Webinar: Balancing Your Career and Parenthood without Burning Out
Webinar: Balancing Your Career and Parenthood without Burning Out
Are you a dedicated professional in the Charity Sector striving to balance the demands of your career alongside the responsibilities of parenthood? Join our FREE webinar to discover the secrets to achieving balance between your work and family life without burning out. Gain valuable insights from expert speakers, build a support network, and learn practical strategies for managing your career and family life.
Charity and Philanthropy webinar by CauseVox for [Webinar] Rethinking Resilience: Insights from the Giving Ecosystem
[Webinar] Rethinking Resilience: Insights from the Giving Ecosystem
Join us for an insightful and engaging webinar featuring Woodrow Rosenbaum, the Chief Data Officer of GivingTuesday. In this exclusive event, Rosenbaum will delve into the ever-evolving landscape of giving and philanthropy. Drawing upon the valuable data and findings from GivingTuesday’s highly anticipated 2022 Annual Lookback report, attendees can expect to gain a profound understanding of the global generosity trends and shifts that have shaped the past year. This webinar is not just about statistics and data; it’s about empowering nonprofits to thrive in this dynamic environment. Rosenbaum will share invaluable strategies and actionable insights that will enable nonprofit organizations to bolster their resilience and ensure their long-term success. Whether you’re a nonprofit professional, a fundraiser, or simply someone passionate about making a positive impact on the world, this webinar promises to equip you with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate the ever-changing giving ecosystem.
12/2/2023 12:36 PM
Charity and Philanthropy webinar by Hospis Malaysia for Compassionate Communities – Looking for Hope in Humanitarian Crises
Compassionate Communities – Looking for Hope in Humanitarian Crises
In this engaging 2 hours webinar, we have invited 2 speakers – both leaders in the palliative care space who believe strongly in empowering communities in palliative care and acknowledging the pivotal role of friends, family, and social networks in end-of-life care. Rachel Coghlan has spent many years researching and advocating for palliative care in humanitarian emergencies and crises, with significant time spent with people in Gaza. She believes strongly in harnessing existing assets and social capital to solve complex health and social care issues. Dr. Christian Ntizimira pioneered the integration of end of life care into health services for Rwandan patients with chronic illnesses in acute care and community settings. In his recent presentation at the Oceanic Palliative Care Conference 2023 in Sydney, Dr Ntizimira was quoted to have said “When you are well, you belong to yourself. But when you are sick, you belong to your family”. He introduced “The Safari Concept” as an approach to palliative care and recognize the importance of family and community in African cultures. Find out more about what he else he has to say about recognising the importance of communities in supporting their people at the final stages of their lives.
11/30/2023 8:00 AM
Charity and Philanthropy webinar by Christian Aid for Get Ready For COP Webinar
Get Ready For COP Webinar
Join us on Monday, 13 November to learn all about COP28, how you and your church can get involved. This year’s UN climate talks, COP28, will take place from 30 November to 12 December in Dubai. At last year’s talks in Egypt, countries agreed to the creation of a Loss and Damage Fund to help the most vulnerable countries rebuild after climate disasters. But the fund has not been created and the money is yet to reach the people who need it. As people continue to suffer, the UK Government is backtracking on its climate commitments and fossil fuel companies are raking in eye-watering profits. With so much at stake, it’s never been more important to keep up our calls for climate justice.Our speakers are Christian Aid staff who have experience of previous COPs, and are closely monitoring global climate negotiations and the UK Government's position.
11/13/2023 7:00 PM