A practitioner perspective on bringing community need and major philanthropy together. Rob Williamson

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A practitioner perspective on bringing community need and major philanthropy together. Rob Williamson

  1. 1. A practitioner perspective onbringing community need andmajor philanthropy togetherRob WilliamsonChief ExecutiveCommunity Foundation Tyne & Wear andNorthumberland
  2. 2. In numbers…• £52m endowment, largest in UK• £5m average annual grant-making• 1,500+ grants a year• 300 named funds• £1.5m average in new or additions toendowment funds a year• £3m average given through annualfunds a year• 25 years old
  3. 3. Our donors• Individuals and families• Businesses• Affinity groups• Charities and trusts
  4. 4. Trevor & LynShears
  5. 5. The Pea GreenBoat Fund
  6. 6. Port of Tyne
  7. 7. Communityfoundation.org.uk/vitalsigns
  8. 8. Grant-makerVehicle forphilanthropyCommunity leader
  9. 9. rw@communityfoundation.org.uk0191 222 0945www.communityfoundation.org.uk/vitalsigns

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