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This conversation with Nicky Wilkinson, executive director of Firetree Philanthropy is a peek into the funders’ world, from Firetree Philanthropy’s perspective and approach as well as a glimpse into what other funders look at and some prevalent conversations in the Philanthropy circle. Here are some key points from this episode. The starting of Firetree Philantropy and their link to Southeast Asia. Prioritizing on trust centred type practice Where the money comes from affects how the funder behaves What is the role we can play as a private trust? Supporting experimental funding work, networks and social infrastructure Shifting power dynamics in a human way Minimizing reporting requirements, being interested in what organisations are learning Funding local led work, no proposals asked: Things that Firetree Philantropy looks at Funders to be aware of the role they can play in the ecosystem to create change How funders fund is as important as what they fund Insights about how Firetree's non-profit partners reacted to the pandemic The vital importance of legitimizing rest and restoration; no shame, no guilt Check them out: https://www.firetree.org email@example.com
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