News & Insight
ENO are Recruiting!!
The English National Opera have opportunities for the next Head of Grants and the Deputy Development Director. Applications are open! […]Continue reading
Philanthropy Company News July 2021
Welcome to our quarterly newsletter for July 2021. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to sign up and […]Continue reading
Africa Day – 25th May 2021. African and Caribbean cuisine in the UK.
May is Africa Month and today is Africa Day, otherwise known as Africa Unity Day, celebrating the anniversary of the […]Continue reading
Why are so many fundraisers swapping in house for consultancy?
by Sarah Jane O’Neill, Associate Director Philanthropy Company. Written for Charity People. When I gave up pursuing a professional acting […]Continue reading
Philanthropy Company adds to leadership team
Sarah Jane O’Neill has joined the Philanthropy Company as Associate Director; she joins a senior team of fundraisers dedicated […]Continue reading
Reasons to get on board.
We live and breathe the non-profit sector at Philanthropy Company. Professionally speaking, we cover its length and breadth from […]Continue reading
The Captain Tom 100 Challenge
The Captain Tom 100 launches nationwide today and there has already been great media coverage. Philanthropy Company are proud […]Continue reading
Virtual Events – are they here to stay?
By Louise Parkin – Associate and Lead Consultant Philanthropy Company As the vaccine roll out in the UK means some […]Continue reading
Arts Beyond Covid – Positively Creative
By Liz Purchase, Senior Consultant Arts and Heritage – Philanthropy Company Watch the Arts Beyond Covid Webinar 02/02/21 Our Fearless […]Continue reading
Caroline Underwood OBE talks with international wealth adviser Philip Marcovici
Women’s Financial Empowerment – Taking a Holistic Approach Philanthropy Company CEO Caroline Underwood OBE talks with international wealth adviser […]Continue reading
Engaging the Next Generation of Fundraisers.
Recently I had the opportunity to eavesdrop on the second installment in a series of 5 Oxford University’s Careers Service talks “The only way is ethics”. It was a panel discussion aimed at helping students understand the various practical pathways they can follow in order to take up fundraising as a profession.Continue reading