The Global Philanthropy Data Charter is a framework to guide organizations in the sector as they set out to improve philanthropy data. It proposes both a code of good practice to improve the working relationships of those involved in philanthropy data—users, providers and collectors—as well as a framework for engaging other sectors around sharing and…
The link between philanthropy, environment and development is key for a sustainable future, and the connection was very well made at the EFC AGA and Conference in Milan. Ana Pinho, WINGS knowledge management coordinator, reports.
For this WINGS report, real stories of where community philanthropy support has made a difference in the field were used, and data was collected in a universe of 61 WINGS members and network participants supporting community philanthropy — representing more than a thousand community foundations worldwide.
Brad Smith (Foundation Center) and Helena Monteiro (WINGS) led a recent session on data at the Ford Foundation that looked at how current projects like the Global Philanthropy Data Charter can help give an accurate picture of development progress. Angela Hariche, Foundation Center’s director of international data relations, reports.
WINGS Knowledge Management Coordinator Ana Pinho explains the Global Philanthropy Data Charter and its ambitions in a recent blog for Markets for Good, a joint effort by the Gates Foundation and Liquidnet to improve data and information in the sector.
The new Global Philanthropy Data Charter website reflects the sector’s commitment to using accurate and accessible information to set priorities, allocate resources, assess needs and identify trends.
WINGS asked Tao Ze (Vice President at the China Foundation Center), Olga Evdokimova (Executive Director of Evolution & Philanthropy’s Moscow Branch) and Andre Degenszajn (Secretary-General of GIFE) to explain their motivations behind translating the Global Philanthropy Data Charter. WINGS: How can the Data Charter help your work with data? Tao Ze: On one hand, the Data…