The Giving for Change Program - Catalyzing Community Philanthropy, Participation and Voice.

Kenya Community Development Foundation among other consortium partners including Africa Philanthropy Network, Global Fund for Community Foundations and Wilde Ganzen is implementing a program dubbed ‘Giving for Change’ thanks to the support of the Dutch Ministry Of Foreign Affairs.

The Giving for Change program aims to promote community-led development and build evidence around new thinking, approaches and leadership that supports local giving.

On the 30th of August 2021, Philanthropy Circuit hosted the Giving for Change consortium partners to a live Twitter chat in a bid to bring more understanding about the Giving for Change Program.

Read through the informative Twitter chat thread here https://wakelet.com/wake/ as it gives perspective on participatory community-led philanthropy.



“We need to focus on how we change mindsets” – Meet the Giving for Change Alliance: Kenya Community Development Foundation

In this interview, we speak with Susan Githaiga, Director Governance, Philanthropy and Knowledge Management and Caesar Ngule, Programmes Director at the Kenya Community Development Foundation (KCDF), a public philanthropic foundation that supports sustainable community-driven development in Kenya.



Alliance Webinar: Future of Philanthropy in Africa

Moderated by Andrew Milner, associate editor for Alliance magazine, the speakers were Stigmata Tenga, executive director of Africa Philanthropy Network; Jenny Hodgson, executive director of Global Fund for Community Foundations; Caesar Ngule, programmes director of Kenya Community Development Foundation; and Bhekinkosi Moyo, director and adjunct professor of the Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment at Wits Business School.



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