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Philanthropy Fortnight programme revealed

Giving Northern Ireland has announced details of its second Philanthropy Fortnight which will run from 20th April to 1st May.
Philanthropy Fortnight is designed to encourage philanthropy across a wide range of sectors in Northern Ireland.
Professor Angela Eikenberry, renowned academic and Fulbright Scholar, will take part in a number of events including presenting a lecture on the impact of philanthropy and the cultural differences in giving between the United States of America and Northern Ireland.
There will also be an event to recognise 30 years of corporate philanthropy in Northern Ireland by Lloyds Bank Foundation for Northern Ireland (formally Lloyds TSB Foundation for Northern Ireland). Representatives from 30 organisations across the sector will explore common challenges and future needs in order to inform the Foundation’s ongoing grant making in Northern Ireland.
Philanthropy Fortnight will include sessions on giving circles and the role of professional advisers.

Northern Ireland Philanthropy Fortnight

Philanthropy Fortnight 2015 runs from 21 April to 1 May.


Giving Northern Ireland was set up with support from The Atlantic Philanthropies and Lloyd’s Bank Foundation to encourage the growth of philanthropy in Northern Ireland.
 

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