ACF Stronger Foundations Transparency and Engagement report launch webinar

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Transparency and Engagement report launch webinar

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This event marks the culmination of 18 months of evidence gathering by the Transparency and Engagement working group, which concluded its formal sessions earlier this year, having considered questions such as:

• Why should foundations be transparent?

• Is momentum towards transparency increasing or has it stalled?

• How do we use transparency to drive change?

• Who are we being transparent for?

• Who are our critical friends?

• What is strategic opacity?

• What does investment transparency look like?

The event will showcase the five pillars of stronger foundation practice that ACF has identified from the evidence, and enable attendees to consider how they might implement these pillars in their own contexts. The session will be of particular interest to all foundation trustees, as well as staff involved in strategic development and delivery.

In the webinar, ACF’s Policy and Communications Manager, Emma Hutchins, will summarise the main findings of the report. We are delighted that the panel will also include the Transparency and Engagement working group chair, Paul Ramsbottom, (Director of the Wolfson Foundation) and Tania Cohen(CEO of 360Giving).

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ACF is the membership body for UK foundations and grant-making charities. Driven by a belief that foundations are a vital source for social good, our mission is to support them to be ambitious and effective in the way that they use their resources. We do this through the provision of policy and advocacy, research and information, and a wide-ranging programme of events and learning. Our 370 members collectively hold assets of around £50bn and give over £2.5bn annually.

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