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How much food do you, your family or your company waste each year? It’s estimated that 10 million tonnes of food is wasted each year in the UK, 70% of which could have been avoided, find out more here.

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15th April 2019

After running successful giving circle events in Arkhangelsk, Russia, TFN affiliate in Russia Arkhangelsk Centre of social technologies "Garant", was delighted to be recognised with a special award.

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15th April 2019

Congratulations to our friends at Forty Hall Vineyard, Supply Change, CrackedIt, and Hubbub, who were included in t

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15th April 2019

We enjoyed coming together with old friends and seeing lots of new faces at TFN London last week to celebrate the beginning of Spring, eat tasty brownies, and help small non-profits grow. 

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26th March 2019
We are delighted to share with you an Evaluation on the impact of The Funding Network’s work in central and eastern Europe (CEE) over the past six years.
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21st March 2019

As we well know, giving is great, and we never want to pass up an opportunity to highlight useful resources that help make giving easier.

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20th March 2019

Streatham Youth and Community Trust (SYCT) were delighted to have a recent visit by Prince Harry to find out more about Fit & Fed, a Street Games project that SYCT delivers.

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20th March 2019

Do you remember moving into your first accommodation as a student or young adult? Could you imagine having to do it without the support of a parent because you have grown up in care? Rich Grahame saw first hand how challenging the transition to adulthood can be for vulnerable young people.

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14th March 2019

At TFN, we are so lucky to meet great women who give their time, skills and money to help other women make a positive change in their lives. What better way to celebrate International Women's Day than to share a few of those inspirational women’s stories about what moves them to take action.

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8th March 2019

In April 2019, TFN will bid farewell to its Chief Executive, Celine Gagnon.

Under her leadership, TFN has developed exciting partnerships, piloted new ideas and improved our offering to the non-profits and donors that we exist to support. 

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22nd February 2019

The year is off to a flying start for TFN International with a visit to Moscow at the start of February to present at a national Community Philanthropy Forum organised by CAF Russia for leaders of community foundations.

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21st February 2019

We sat down for a quick chat with Founder and CEO of Shivia, Olly Donnelly, to talk about what social change they were able to make with TFN’s support.

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20th February 2019

We got a kick out of reading positive news stories about some of our new and old friends who‘ve been featured across national and international media this month.  

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20th February 2019

Congratulations to Josh Babarinde founder of CrackedIt and Sarah Neville, Sophie Slater and Susanna Wen, co-founders of Birdsong who were included in the list of

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20th February 2019

We were so happy to beat the winter chill and come together for a warm night of collective giving, hosted by our good friends at Goodman Derrick last week. 

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4th February 2019

The Year Here team shares their insights on Crowdbacker:

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21st January 2019

We are so happy to see changemakers who have pitched at TFN in the New Year’s Honours List

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21st January 2019

What a treat to see so many of the non-profits that have pitched at TFN events make it to The Big Issue’s list of Top 100 Changemakers.

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21st January 2019
We were delighted to co-host Crowdbacker with Year Here once again to support the new social enterprises of the 2018 Fellows.
 
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21st January 2019

It’s been a big year for TFN and the non-profits that have pitched at TFN events, and we thank you for sharing it with us.

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14th December 2018

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