Championing philanthropy

January 24th, 2023

15 November, 2016 – 31 December, 2016

Curated by ”la Caixa” Foundation, Barrow Cadbury Trust, Bertelsmann Stiftung, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Erste Stiftung, European Cultural Foundation, Finnish Cultural Foundation, Fondation de France, Fondazione Cariplo, Fondazione CRT, Fondazione di Venezia, Fritt Ord Foundation, Fundación ONCE, Körber-Stiftung, Mama Cash, Mozaik Foundation, Oak Foundation, Open Estonia Foundation, Open Society Foundations, Stefan Batory Foundation, The Velux Foundations, TrustAfrica,

EFC’s brand new ‘Championing Philanthropy’ exhibition is open from 15 November until the end of the year.  Championing Philanthropy showcases how institutional philanthropy improves lives through projects by its members, and brings to life a wide range of projects that have been devised and carried out by members of the European Foundation Centre’s Governing Council.

These projects, showcased in the exhibition space of Philanthropy House aim to demonstrate to policymakers, the general public and visitors to Brussels the valuable work in the philanthropic sector.

The exhibition is both visually and mentally stimulating. Visitors have the opportunity to completely immerse themselves in varied and thought-provoking projects that are particularly relevant to the world in which we find ourselves today. While there is a diversity of projects, there are several common themes including: Refugees and Migration, Education, Social Development, Youth Empowerment, Health etc. The Exhibition features the following projects by the EFC’s Governing Council members:

  • Barrow Cadbury Trust – “Transition to Adulthood” (Criminal Justice)
  • Bertelsmann Stiftung – “Challenging Chances: Escape in Pictures” (Refugees and Migration)
  • Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation – “Gulbenkian Challenge : STOP Infecção Hospitalar” (Health)
  • Charles Stewart Mott Foundation – “Community Schools Model” (Education)
  • ERSTE Stiftung – “Roma Partnership Reinvented” (Supporting Roma business)
  • European Cultural Foundation – “Build the City” (Civic-public Partnerships and Urban Sustainability)
  • Finnish Cultural Foundation – “Better Integration Through Education” (Education)
  • Fondation de France – “Dyanmique Territoriales” (Social Development)
  • Fondazione Cariplo – “Social Housing” (Social Housing)
  • Fondazione CRT – “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” (Refugees and Migration)
  • Fondazione di Venezia – “Social Microcredit” (Financial Inclusion)
  • Foundation Mozaik – “Breakthrough Generation” (Youth Empowerment)
  • Fritt Ord – “Digital Lives” (Cultural Expression and Gaming)
  • Fundación ONCE – “Never Give Up” (Disabilities and Employment)
  • Körber-Stiftung – “EU Story: Understanding Differences, Overcoming Divisions” (Youth Empowerment)
  • “la Caixa” Banking Foundation – “The Entrepreneurial Alliance for Child Vaccinations” (Health)
  • Mama Cash – “Funding Girls’ Organising” (Empowerment of Girls)
  • Oak Foundation – “Sustainable Farming in North Carolina” (Agricultural Sustainability)
  • Open Estonia Foundation – “Estonian Voice in the Refugee Crisis” (Refugees and Migration)
  • Open Society Foundations – “Welcome to Greece” (Refugees and Migration)
  • Stefan Batory Foundation – “More Knowledge, Less Fear” (Refugees and Migration)
  • The Velux Foundations – “Prepare Yourself” (Youth Empowerment)
  • TrustAfrica – “A Decade of Championing African Agency” (Social Development)

This article originally appeared on Philanthropy House website. The original article can be found here

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