A warm welcome to our newest members
22 July 2019
Georgia, Switzerland, France
Other news from France
17 June 2019
Welcome our newest members to the EFC network!
24 April 2019
Fondation de France designated as one of the collectors of the funds to rebuild Notre Dame
Other events in Georgia
23 - 25 October 2019
EFC Grantmakers East Forum 2019 – Common actions for social change: mobilising people, creating spaces, using technologies
Other events in Switzerland
Other events in France
24 May 2019
EFC's Funders’ Forum on Sustainable Cities site visit to ZAC Pajol Éco-Quartier
20 - 21 May 2019
OECD Forum 2019
Other good-practices from France
Other blogs from Switzerland
Other blogs from France
Other Children and Youth Resources
03 - 04 December 2019
EFC Children's Thematic Network kick-off meeting
07 June 2019
The Amgen Biotech Experience
Other Democracy Resources
Other Diversity, Migration and Social Inclusion Resources
24 - 25 October 2019
ERA training seminar - ''Equal Participation in Society of Persons with Disabilities''
12 July 2019
EFC members and UK government launch The Catalyst to tackle social and environmental issues
Other Gender Resources
Other Global Challenges, Peace-building Resources
19 August 2019
What philanthropy can no longer take for granted
31 July 2019
The European foundation sector has come a long way
Other Philanthropy infrastructure Resources
The EFC welcomes its latest members to its worldwide network of philanthropic organisations! To find out more on EFC membership and what it can provide visit here.
Our new members:
The Europe Foundation engages citizens in social, economic, and political developments, in order to effect substantive and sustainable positive socio-economic change at the local, regional, and national level through both operational programs and grantmaking. Based in Georgia the foundation implements the following programmes that work towards achieving its mission; Engage and Monitor for Change, European Integration, Youth Integration, Social Enterprise Development, and Open Door Grantmaking.
The foundation is a member of the Eurasia Foundation Network.
Fondation Botnar was established in 2003 with a primary focus on furthering the Botnar family legacy through grants funding of multiple projects. These projects focus upon the core purpose of improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people in growing urban environments around the world. The foundation aspires to be an open and honest facilitator and a convener of collaborative solutions among a variety of diverse stakeholders.
The Kering Foundation seeks to combat violence against women and to enhance its social impact, the foundation focuses on one cause in each of the following three regions; sexual violence in the Americas, harmful traditional practices in Western Europe (France, Italy, United-Kingdom), and domestic violence in Asia.