Together for Good: crafting Scotland’s philanthropic journey

Wednesday 5 June 2024

As part of the University of St Andrews’ Scotland’s Future Series, the Centre for the Study of Philanthropy & Public Good has been awarded funding for a three-part workshop series entitled “Together for Good: crafting Scotland’s philanthropic journey”.

Starting in autumn 2024, the series will focus on three overarching aims:

(1) Assess the Current State of Philanthropy in Scotland by identifying the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges within the contemporary Scottish philanthropy landscape, and exploring and interrogating innovative practices, models, and technologies to address these.

(2) Develop Collaborative and Sustainable Structures and Strategies to Strengthen Scottish Philanthropy through the creation of a Scottish Philanthropy Network. This will bring together stakeholders from academia and the philanthropy field from the public, private, and third sectors, offering a safe space for: sharing insights, enabling critical reflection, discussing the long-term plans for, and sustainability of, philanthropic efforts in Scotland. The network will also provide opportunities to showcase Scotland’s philanthropic initiatives at national and international levels.

(3) Working towards a Shared Vision for Philanthropy Policy in Scotland by drawing together stakeholders’ insights and expertise, exploring policy options and recommendations geared towards creating a wider, more supportive, and well-informed environment for philanthropy in Scotland.

More information on the events will be available in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, if you would like to register your interest, please email [email protected]

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