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Governments are not typically the organisations that one thinks of when associating with innovation. When we think of social issues, it is hard not to relate solutions, treatments and responsibility back to governments, no matter the extent of social welfare undertaken by that particular government. Social problems exist at scale evidently because the existing help and assistance given do not work. In many situations, what is required is innovation to change the current way that things work. Unfortunately, expecting a behemoth organisation like government body to turn on its wheels to change and innovate internally is usually extremely difficult, if not, near impossible.

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SOCIAL IMPACT PARTNERS AND CLEAN AIR NETWORK JOIN HANDS Three-year grant funding to bolster Clean Air Network organisational development and fundraising Hong Kong, 14 October 2015. Social Impact Partners (“SIP”) today announced it will provide Clean Air Network(“CAN”) with grant funding of HKD 2.55 million over the course of three years (2015-2017) combined with hands-on […]

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A giving circle is a group of individuals who pool their money and collectively decide on donating to a particular non-profit organisation. Some giving circles are self-managed, whose members evaluate potential non-profits and administer grants.

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