The Centre on Philanthropy FAQs

Does The Centre on Philanthropy give funds to organisations or individuals?

No, The Centre on Philanthropy is not a grantmaking charity, however a list of grantmaking charities is available in our online non-profit directory. Additionally, while The Centre on Philanthropy does not rate or advise grant makers on specific charities to give to, we do provide tools, resources and training so that grant makers can be more effective with their giving. 

Does The Centre on Philanthropy fundraise for other charities?

The Centre on Philanthropy does not engage in fundraising for other charities, but we provide many workshops and toolkits to enhance your fundraising skills.

Does The Centre on Philanthropy write bye-laws for charities?

The Centre on Philanthropy does not write bye-laws for charities. However, our Knowledge Centre contains bye-law templates/examples that can assist you. The Knowledge Centre is located at online on our website and also in The Centre on Philanthropy offices.

Does The Centre on Philanthropy match students with volunteer opportunities?

Volunteer.bm allows individuals to search for volunteer positions based on age suitability. Thus, students can use the system to find volunteer opportunities that will fit their skill level and interests.

How is The Centre on Philanthropy funded?

The Centre on Philanthropy is mainly funded through a combination of membership fees, event/programme fees, programme sponsorship, fee-for-service income and donations.