The National Advice Funders Network is made up of:
The OWL Collaboration was devised as an immediate response to the trauma experienced by young people during Covid-19, including mental health issues, domestic abuse and adverse effects to their social development, school achievement and future job prospects.
The movement is an opportunity for people working in grant giving to collaborate. Together, we seek to challenge the status quo on issues such as where endowments are invested, where power lies, systems change and the role of philanthropy in tackling some of society’s most pressing problems. Ultimately, it’s about joining up and improving grant-making from within.
Conversation: We exist to connect grant makers and to facilitate meaningful discussion around the challenges in our sector.
ACF networks provide members with an opportunity to connect with each other, discuss a variety of topics and share best practice and learning.
Members of the Asylum, Refugee and Migration network are able to:
"The starting point for the collaboration will simply be for funders to share their insight and priorities relating to their older people work. It is hoped that this will be the foundation of further collaboration, whatever that may look like.
Justice Together is a funder collaboration launched in 2020 with a decade-long vision to ensure that people who use the UK immigration system can access justice fairly and equally.
It aims to build a collaborative partnership that will combine lived and learned experience, frontline evidence and influencing to work towards achieving the following outcomes:
The Losing Control in Funding Network re-launched in September 2021. New funders are welcome to join the network at any point over the coming year.
The network is a chance to hear from, meet, get support from and give support to others that are trying to find effective ways to shift power and rethink accountability in funding.
Dept for Education Research Report
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The DEI Data Group is an independent working group convened by Fozia Irfan and Josh Cockroft, and includes a range of foundations and funders from across the United Kingdom. The key thread that connects these foundations is the understanding that without an effective framework to capture DEI data there can be no effective action to identify and target funding to address structural inequalities. This led to the creation of the DEI Data Standard.
In partnership with IMKAAN, Rosa's Covid-19 Response Fund for BME Women’s Organisations gave grants of up to £35,000 to refuges and £20,000 to ending VAWG organisations led ‘by and for’ Black and minoritised women, helping them to meet the increased needs of their communities.
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