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Knowledge Festival 2021: New Frontiers in Funding

By 21 April 2021 No Comments

As part of Oxford HR’s commitment to supporting knowledge sharing within the for-purpose sector, we have launched a series of focussed panel discussions across different topics. This panel will look at how to foster greater trust between funders and grantees, and consider what grantees can proactively do to move funders towards vital unrestricted giving. The conversation will also consider how new funding models such as outcomes funding can empower charities to attract less restricted funding, and whether shifts in the power dynamics to promote greater local leadership of NGOs also lend themselves to less restricted funding. Speakers include John Rendel, Director of Grants at The Peter Cundill Foundation (PCF) and Founder of PEAS, Moky Makura, Executive Director of Africa No Filter, Amel Karboul, CEO of the Education Outcomes Fund, and Katrin McMillan, Founder and CEO of Hello World.

Tim Brann

Tim Brann

Tim started working with Oxford HR in 2018, having graduated with a BSc in Product Design from Brunel University London. Although initially trained as a Product Designer, he has worked on a diverse range of projects across graphic design, 3D installations and website design and development. Tim has a keen interest in design as a tool for positive social change, especially among children's social care, and has pursued this through previous work for the GravityLight Foundation, small not-for-profit startups, and now at Oxford HR.