Though the philanthropic sector in Europe is expansive and far-reaching, numbering approximately 110,000 foundations with annual expenditures of €100 billion, surprisingly little is known about the breadth of European foundations, the nature of their work, or the allocation of their funds. Yet data are critical to informed decisionmaking and effective philanthropy. It is in that spirit that Mama Cash, the world's oldest international women's fund, commissioned this research study to understand the scope, distribution and diversity of European-based funding, with a specific focus on women and girls.
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Title: Untapped Potential: European Foundation Funding for Women and Girls (Highlights)
Publication date 2011-05-16
Publication Year 2011
, European Foundation Centre (EFC)
, Weisblatt & Associes
, Mama Cash
, untapped potential
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