In this interview, Carol Mack, Chief Executive of ACF, discusses the UK philanthropy sector, her personal story and her advice for young people starting out in the philanthropic and charitable sector.
Justyna Duriasz-Bułhak, Polish Donors’ Forum, reflects on what philanthropy needs to do to stay relevant in tomorrow’s society after the PEXforum 2021.
Mihaela Giurgiu, ECFI, shares some reflections on the PEXforum and the role of community foundations as “local plumbers.”
Max von Abendroth, the initiator shares his vision for the community. He imagines European philanthropy through the drawings of his youngest son.
“Democratising European philanthropic values or valuing European institutional philanthropy in European democracies?” Barry Hoolwerf, ERNOP, asks critical questions as a follow-up to the PEXforum 2021.
Joanna Pienkowska, ACF, reflection on philanthropy’s problem of imagination and its unique freedom in supporting a better future.
Martin Modlinger, EDGE, reflects on important questions for the PEXcommunity as they move forward from the PEXforum 2021.
Debora Guidetti, Ariadne, reflects on the values of the PEXcommunity and calls for greater collaboration of European philanthropic infrastructures.
Carola Carrazone, Secretary General of Assifero and Board Chair of Dafne, explores the PEXcommunity through the lens of the forest. She highlights the collaborative paradigm, that collective action and co-creation make for a stronger and more resilient network.
Sir Geoff Mulgan, UCL, shares his thoughts on five things that philanthropy could, and should, do different as part of our Next Philanthropy project.