The joint EFC-DAFNE Philanthropy Advocacy initiative has prepared a draft Philanthropy Manifesto outlining a call for a single market for philanthropy, and the initiative is seeking feedback on the draft by the 19th December.
The manifesto, which will be finalised in January and is being prepared for the European elections, sets out four key recommendations for a single market for philanthropy and is intended to inspire briefing documents for the new European Commission, and to raise public awareness about the philanthropy sector.
If you have any comments or wish to provide feedback please contact Hanna Surmatz.
Advocating for favourable policy and regulatory environments is a key part of the EFC’s ongoing work for its members. For more information on the EFC’s seven key priorities, please download the EFC Strategic Framework 2016-2022.