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    Community foundations and entrepreneurial philanthropy, giles ruck, social enterprise for 21st century Community foundations and entrepreneurial philanthropy, giles ruck, social enterprise for 21st century Presentation Transcript

    • Giles RuckScottish Community FoundationChief ExecutiveCGAP, TSRC and ISBESocial Investment for the 21stCenturyHunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, Strathclyde Business School5 November 2012Community Foundations andEntrepreneurial Philanthropy
    • Community Foundations … in words …Enriching lives through effective givingConnecting people who care with causes that matterThriving communities
    • Where philanthropy meets community …VisionA vibrant Scotland where more philanthropists and independentfunders invest money, expertise and influence to make adifference to causes and in communities that inspire themPurposeTo be the professional hub of philanthropy for lasting impact inScotlands communitiesMissionWe facilitate charitable funding making it effective and engaging
    • Community Foundations … in numbers …£281million endowment3007 major donors (23,400 in total)£62million (26,000) awards / investments48% established from private sector sources
    • Isle of Skye Baking Company
    • Rise of the new philanthropist
    • Seeking to solve problems(big audacious objectives)
    • Adding value(professional expertise, networks etc)
    • A different type of return
    • Enterprising communities
    • Developments from North America ...
    • ... taking root in the UK
    • ... taking root in the UK
    • Blended finance (grants & loan)
    • “Not everything that counts can be counted ...”