EVPA publishes new report ”15 Years of Impact” and encourages the sector to sign the newly launched ”Charter of Investors for Impact”
The European Venture Philanthropy Association (EVPA) has published a new report ”15 Years of Impact”, providing a comprehensive analysis of the venture philanthropy sector, identifying different impact strategies and launching the new ”Charter of Investors for Impact”.
The report analyses the impact ecosystem to identify the way forward for investors for impact, exploring specific European regions, the development of venture philanthropy practices, and looks into key capital providers, their role, main challenges, and opportunities in the sector. The report was launched at EVPA’s Annual Conference in The Hague, with Queen Máxima of the Netherlands receiving the first copy.
Launched as part of the report, the ”Charter of Investors for Impact” sets out ten principles that define and drive investors for impact and serves as a basis to communicate to a broader audience the DNA of investors for impact. The charter serves as an invitation to the sector to collaborate and co-shape the impact ecosystem.