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Welcome Big Network Day, 14 February #Big. Network. Day

Welcome Big Network Day, 14 February #Big. Network. Day

David Farnsworth Chair, London Funders #Big. Network. Day

David Farnsworth Chair, London Funders #Big. Network. Day

Kirsty Mc. Hugh Mayor’s Fund for London #Big. Network. Day

Kirsty Mc. Hugh Mayor’s Fund for London #Big. Network. Day

David Farnsworth Chair, London Funders #Big. Network. Day

David Farnsworth Chair, London Funders #Big. Network. Day

Debbie Weekes-Bernard Deputy Mayor for Social Integration, Social Mobility and Community Engagement #Big. Network.

Debbie Weekes-Bernard Deputy Mayor for Social Integration, Social Mobility and Community Engagement #Big. Network. Day

David Farnsworth Chair, London Funders #Big. Network. Day

David Farnsworth Chair, London Funders #Big. Network. Day

Get involved in the discussion • Go to www. slido. com • Use the

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Insight, intelligence & ideas Bharat Mehta CBE Trust for London #Big. Network. Day

Insight, intelligence & ideas Bharat Mehta CBE Trust for London #Big. Network. Day

Ten trends shaping London's communities Vivienne Avery Demography and Policy Analysis Manager City Intelligence

Ten trends shaping London's communities Vivienne Avery Demography and Policy Analysis Manager City Intelligence Unit #Big. Network. Day

Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Uncertain population growth Population diversification

Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Uncertain population growth Population diversification will continue Changes in how we live together Narrowing differences between inner and outer London New forms of inequality and unfairness New evidence on externalities can help us address social challenges Digital culture hasn’t eradicated loneliness and exclusion We haven’t yet learned how to manage social media and mental health 9. There is more work to do to address civic participation 10. Reduced Borough spending on services impacts other sectors #Big. Network. Day

1. The era of certain population growth is coming to an end • After

1. The era of certain population growth is coming to an end • After 25 years of population growth, rate of annual change has fallen back to levels seen in the late 90 s, mid-2000 s • Implications for investment / regeneration #Big. Network. Day

2. London's population will continue to diversify • Continued growth in diversity by ethnicity

2. London's population will continue to diversify • Continued growth in diversity by ethnicity • Growth of very old and young age groups • Importance of inter-generational policies – housing, wealth, communities #Big. Network. Day

3. Housing costs are changing how we live together • Average household size increasing

3. Housing costs are changing how we live together • Average household size increasing • Yet population growth will increase both the number of single person households, but also different types of large households • Increase in private renting, especially for families • Implications for loneliness / overcrowding / insecurity and quality of housing Thousands Avergae household size 3 2. 8 2. 6 65+ 400 2. 4 2. 2 1960 600 Single person households aged 1980 2000 2020 #Big. Network. Day 0 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 2036 2041

4. Traditional differences between inner and outer London are narrowing • Impact of increased

4. Traditional differences between inner and outer London are narrowing • Impact of increased housing costs, welfare reform in inner London • Narrowing poverty gap between inner and outer London • Outer London becoming • More ethnically diverse • More larger families #Big. Network. Day

5. There are new forms of inequality and unfairness • Half of families in

5. There are new forms of inequality and unfairness • Half of families in poverty have someone in full or part-time work • Increase in insecure employment (1/10 workers) #Big. Network. Day

6. New evidence on externalities can help us address social challenges #Big. Network. Day

6. New evidence on externalities can help us address social challenges #Big. Network. Day

7. Digital culture hasn’t eradicated loneliness and exclusion Frequency of loneliness by age group

7. Digital culture hasn’t eradicated loneliness and exclusion Frequency of loneliness by age group #Big. Network. Day

8. We haven’t yet learned how to manage social media and mental health Source:

8. We haven’t yet learned how to manage social media and mental health Source: Millenium Cohort Survey #Big. Network. Day

9. There is more work to do to address civic participation • Fall in

9. There is more work to do to address civic participation • Fall in voter registration • Volunteering rates are fairly steady Source: Time Well Spent report, NCVO #Big. Network. Day

10. Reduced Borough spending on services impacts on other sectors • Expenditure on children’s

10. Reduced Borough spending on services impacts on other sectors • Expenditure on children’s services fell by 26% between 2010/11 and 2017/18 • Smaller reduction for statutory services (looked after children, safeguarding) than universal services • Large fall in Borough spending on the voluntary sector (-69% in real terms) Real change in total spending on children's and young people's services in -9% Total London, 2012/13 -2017/18 Voluntary -69% Other public -40% -7% Private Own provision -3% -80% #Big. Network. Day -60% -40% -20% 0%

360 Giving Open data for more effective grantmaking @360 Giving #Big. Network. Day

360 Giving Open data for more effective grantmaking @360 Giving #Big. Network. Day

What we want Our vision is that UK grantmaking is more informed, effective and

What we want Our vision is that UK grantmaking is more informed, effective and strategic. #Big. Network. Day

What we do • Founded by a philanthropist who asked “How can I do

What we do • Founded by a philanthropist who asked “How can I do as much as possible with my money? ” • Wanted to know who was funding what, where & when • Support funders to publish their grants data openly and to use the data as part of a more informed approach to decision-making and learning. #Big. Network. Day

Supporting collaboration “It’s not about transparency at all. It’s self interest. . . I

Supporting collaboration “It’s not about transparency at all. It’s self interest. . . I want to know what people are doing so I can learn from them, I can collaborate with them and I can get better at my job. It’s about making informed choices. Philanthropy can feel a bit like giving in the dark and I just want us to have better information so we can make the best decisions. ” Fran Perrin, founder of the Indigo Trust and 360 Giving Thought podcast, July 2018 #Big. Network. Day

Why standardise? #Big. Network. Day

Why standardise? #Big. Network. Day

Explore the data with Grant. Nav http: //grantnav. threesixtygiving. org/ #Big. Network. Day

Explore the data with Grant. Nav http: //grantnav. threesixtygiving. org/ #Big. Network. Day

Helping understand funding approaches Credit: Suraj Vadgama: https: //suninthesky. github. io/slice-and-dice/tour/04 -who-leads-the-way-with-core-cost-funding #Big. Network.

Helping understand funding approaches Credit: Suraj Vadgama: https: //suninthesky. github. io/slice-and-dice/tour/04 -who-leads-the-way-with-core-cost-funding #Big. Network. Day

Is money going where it's most needed? Credit: Yan Naung Oak: https: //yanoak. github.

Is money going where it's most needed? Credit: Yan Naung Oak: https: //yanoak. github. io/360 Giving-Challenge/viz/ #Big. Network. Day

Who is funding with who? Credit: David Kane: https: //public. flourish. studio/visualisation/155633/ #Big. Network.

Who is funding with who? Credit: David Kane: https: //public. flourish. studio/visualisation/155633/ #Big. Network. Day

London Funders publishing 360 data #Big. Network. Day

London Funders publishing 360 data #Big. Network. Day

London grants data analysis London focused funder Amount Awarded National funder Total £ 85.

London grants data analysis London focused funder Amount Awarded National funder Total £ 85. 3 m £ 68. 9 m £ 154. 2 m 1, 292 1, 338 2, 630 Recipients 893 1, 244 2, 137 Funders 12 11 23 Grants #Big. Network. Day

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Number of funders by borough (for 17 of the 23) #Big. Network. Day

Number of funders by borough (for 17 of the 23) #Big. Network. Day

Number of grants (1, 612 of 2, 630 include geodata) #Big. Network. Day

Number of grants (1, 612 of 2, 630 include geodata) #Big. Network. Day

Amount awarded (£ 104 m of £ 154 m include geodata) #Big. Network. Day

Amount awarded (£ 104 m of £ 154 m include geodata) #Big. Network. Day

Recipients with funders in common Income size 4 funders 5 funders 6 funders 7

Recipients with funders in common Income size 4 funders 5 funders 6 funders 7 funders £ 10 k-100 k 6 1 £ 100 k-1 m 38 30 8 £ 1 m-10 m 17 8 10 Over £ 10 m 2 2 2 Grand Total 63 41 20 #Big. Network. Day 8 funders 1 1

Who funds with who? #Big. Network. Day https: //public. flourish. studio/visualisation/201138/

Who funds with who? #Big. Network. Day https: //public. flourish. studio/visualisation/201138/

https: //public. flourish. studio/visualisation/201138/ #Big. Network. Day

https: //public. flourish. studio/visualisation/201138/ #Big. Network. Day

Challenges ● Where money went, not whether it worked ● Recipient location vs area

Challenges ● Where money went, not whether it worked ● Recipient location vs area of benefit - boroughs have soft borders! ● Tell us what would be useful for you [email protected] org @360 Giving #Big. Network. Day

Messages and Ideas from the Review of Reviews John Griffiths #Big. Network. Day @London.

Messages and Ideas from the Review of Reviews John Griffiths #Big. Network. Day @London. Funders

A new narrative? Recurring themes. . . • • Interpreting the act of Brexit

A new narrative? Recurring themes. . . • • Interpreting the act of Brexit A new set of “social evils” Five pillars of c 21 st civil society Strong sense of optimism. . . “civil society needs to change” The growing significance of place-based approaches Reaffirming the value of organisations’ independence/voice Recognising London’s uniqueness. . . and responsibility London’s Giving - transforming and energising local giving @London. Funders #Big. Network. Day

Challenges and opportunities People • Securing a new future for civil society – P.

Challenges and opportunities People • Securing a new future for civil society – P. A. C. T. • Addressing weaknesses and inequity in civil society’s funding • Exploiting London’s unique assets and responsibilities Potential • Exploiting double devolution – “UK Shared Prosperity Fund” • Harnessing London’s wealth – potential of civic philanthropy • Better understanding and acting on (local) giving eco-systems • Recognising the challenges of place-based funding in a London context Partnerships • Bringing real-time funding data together with a shared understanding of needs • Seizing the moment by building on solid foundations and what’s working • Ensuring that the responsibility for ensuring civil society remains cross-sectoral London’s Giving - transforming and energising local giving @London. Funders #Big. Network. Day

Questions/for discussion In light of these reviews and the direction of travel, what do

Questions/for discussion In light of these reviews and the direction of travel, what do we want to hang on to from the past as we reshape funding for the future? ” How has your funding practice already changed as a result of some of the recommendations in the reviews? From these reviews what will you be prioritising in the coming years? If you and other funders followed the key recommendations of these reviews, how would you be working differently, or how would we know something had changed, in the coming years? London’s Giving - transforming and energising local giving @London. Funders #Big. Network. Day

Messages and Ideas from the Review of Reviews #Big. Network. Day @London. Funders

Messages and Ideas from the Review of Reviews #Big. Network. Day @London. Funders

Insight, intelligence & ideas #Big. Network. Day

Insight, intelligence & ideas #Big. Network. Day

Group discussion In light of these reviews and the direction of travel, what do

Group discussion In light of these reviews and the direction of travel, what do we want to hang on to from the past as we reshape funding for the future? ” How has your funding practice already changed as a result of some of the recommendations in the reviews? From these reviews what will you be prioritising in the coming years? If you and other funders followed the key recommendations of these reviews, how would you be working differently, or how would we know something had changed, in the coming years?

Networking break #Big. Network. Day

Networking break #Big. Network. Day

People, partnerships, potential #Big. Network. Day

People, partnerships, potential #Big. Network. Day

Next steps… #Big. Network. Day

Next steps… #Big. Network. Day