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EFC members the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Foundation, Comic Relief, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and UK government have launched The Catalyst, a collaborative platform which aims to revolutionise social and environmental issues are tackled in the UK.
The platform aims to reshape organisations to be more responsive to the communities they serve, be more resilient, and more collaborative in the creation and scaling of solutions.
The Catalyst is a coalition of major foundations, digital design agencies, civil society bodies and the UK government, seeking to massively accelerate the use of digital in the UK’s voluntary and charity sector.