Innovate for impact: Philanthropy NZ Summit 2017

Philanthropy New Zealand’s 2017 Summit took a deep dive into two of philanthropy’s hottest topics: innovation and impact. Among the highlights were Allan and Rachel English who shared their generational perspectives and Mark Randazzo from Engaged Donors for Global Equity.


At the recent Philanthropy New Zealand Innovate for Impact Summit, Allan English from the English Family Foundation encouraged funders to be more innovative and collaborative and called on governments to do more to enable innovation. English acknowledged that while government plays an important role in the community sector, it needs to step into the space to change the rules to enable innovation to take place.


“If we are going to bring about the changes we need to see in society, philanthropy can’t just be in the space of cleaning up the mess,” English said. “We have to be on the front foot to start bringing about the changes that are needed.”

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