Meeting the moment to deliver systemic change

How our members connected, learnt, and led
the sector in 2020

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2020 has forced us to acknowledge the depth of our interconnectedness. Many of our members have stepped up quickly and delivered practical and concrete support where it is needed.

Our Annual Review highlights how our members have connected with each other, learnt from one another, and led the sector towards systemic change.

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AVPN 2020 Annual Review

Move Capital More Effectively Towards Impact This Year

At over 600 members in Asia and with over 50 partners last year, AVPN is Asia’s largest and most diverse network
of social impact funders. Why do we work? How do we successfully move capital towards impact year after year?

Best of 2020 Social Investment Insights

Money Meets Mission

A Podcast brought to you by AVPN, the largest social investing community in Asia. Hosted by Naina Subberwal Batra, CEO of AVPN talking with leaders from across the business, philanthropy, and impact investing worlds. Our guests share stories of how they are putting their resources to work, tackling some of the largest and most complex social and environmental issues facing Asia today.


AVPN have well diversified income streams, with memberships, grants, events and other income all significant contributors to our revenue each year.

Most memberships are paid annually in advance and some grant-maker payments are also received in advance. This is reflected positively in the cash position on the Balance Sheet, yet not fully recognised in the Income Statement for the year ended 30 June 2020.

AVPN’s Balance sheet continued to strengthen with its Cash Balance increasing by S$ 0.873 million to S$ 2.892 million at year end. Its Total Assets increased to S$ 3.157 million and Net Assets were S$ 1.064 million at 30 June 2020.

At 31 December 2020, AVPN’s revenue streams continue to be healthy with the Balance Sheet stronger than at 30 June 2020. The Cash balance at 31 December was S$ 2.927 million.