At this week’s European Venture Philanthropy Association (http://evpa.eu.com/) conference, a senior UK venture philanthropist described our latest report, The Venture Philanthropists, as “very comprehensive.”
The focus of the report is the 254 board members and patrons who lead the UK venture philanthropy sector. We include biographies of each, and a handy networking index to identify who is linked to which fund. Many are people of wealth; we identify £38 billion in personal wealth.
The 177-page report includes:
A clear explanation of venture philanthropy
A brief history of VP
Detailed analysis of trends in this fast-growing sector
Detailed profiles of the 22 venture philanthropy funds active in the UK
Biographies of the 254 board members and advisers who lead VP funds
More than 150 organisations and projects that have benefited from venture philanthropy
A who’s who in VP index linking people to companies and charitable trusts and foundations
We have just completed an in-depth study of the UK’s venture philanthropy sector – and it is all about growth.
Two years ago we reported that there were 11 venture philanthropy organisations in the UK, giving (or investing, or lending) a total of £52 million.
This year we have identified 22 organisations active in VP in the UK – double the 2011 number – with assets of £2.8 billion and income, at £274 million, up 171% on two years ago. The fastest growth area of all is in grants, loans and investments, up 221% on two years ago.
The report – The Venture Philanthropists – focuses on the 254 board members and patrons in the UK VP sector, including brief biographies of each. We include a Networking index that shows the links between VP supporters, companies and trusts or foundations. The report gives detailed information on each of the 22 venture philanthropy funds active in the UK.
The 177-page report includes information on more than 150 charities and projects that have benefited from venture philanthropy.
The Venture Philanthropists is available now:
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For-profits £300 per copy
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