Indonesia Philanthropy Association

Conservancy Talk II: Forming Life to More Respect the Environment (Environmental and Conservation Philanthropy Cluster)

Conservancy Talk II: Forming Life to More Respect the Environment (Environmental and Conservation Philanthropy Cluster)

Indonesian Philanthropy and the Members of the Environment and Cluster Conservation Philanthropy held the Conservancy Talk II on August 27, 2019, as a follow up to the cluster meeting and launching on July 17, 2019, which was held at the 24th Philanthropy Learning Forum (PLF). In the forum, Tzu Chi Foundation Indonesia as one of the cluster members hosted the Conservancy Talk II with the agenda of visiting the Tzu Chi project which has an environmental preservation depot

Initial Meeting on the Establishment of the Health Philanthropy Cluster: The Active Role of Philanthropy for Health Development in Indonesia

Initial Meeting on the Establishment of the Health Philanthropy Cluster: The Active Role of Philanthropy for Health Development in Indonesia

Considering that for the health sector, each year the government only allocates 5 percent of the APBN, alternative resources for national health development are needed, one of which is building partnerships must be an important point. On that basis, Indonesian Philanthropy together with Health Philanthropy from the Center for Health Policy and Management, Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing, Gadjah Mada University (FKKMK UGM) initiated the activity “Initial Meeting of Health Philanthropy Clusters Formation: The Active Role of Philanthropy for Health Development in Indonesia” on August 26, 2019, as one of the explorations and introductions of the Health Philanthropy Cluster

Aspirations for the RUU Penyelenggaraan Sumbangan

Aspirations for the RUU Penyelenggaraan Sumbangan

Jakarta – The development of philanthropy in Indonesia is increasing and has expanded into strategic non charity programs, such as economic empowerment, protection of women and children, policy advocacy, anti-corruption and so on. This is also marked by the increasing involvement of young people who move through communities and spearhead the digital philanthropic movement. However, …

NEXT GENEROUSion – Young Philanthropy Festival 2019

NEXT GENEROUSion – Young Philanthropy Festival 2019

Jakarta — The NEXT GENEROUSion – Young Philanthropy Festival 2019 was held on Nov 2-3, 2019, is an event to facilitate and promote philanthropic activities to youth, especially the millennial. Through the theme “Young, Caring, Providing Solutions”, this event has been attended by 52 exhibitors with various talkshow activities in ‘Panggung Inspirasi Filantropi’ and ‘Bedah …

Strengthening Databases and Transparency, Indonesian Philanthropy Association Establishes Partnership with Chinese Philanthropy

Strengthening Databases and Transparency, Indonesian Philanthropy Association Establishes Partnership with Chinese Philanthropy

Indonesian Philanthropy Association (FI) has formed partnerships with several philanthropic associations and institutions in China for the development of a real-time database and transparency index for philanthropic institutions. The two instruments are considered as modern tools in strengthening the transparency and accountability of philanthropy in various countries, including in China. Therefore, Indonesian Philanthropy Association together with BAZNAS (National Amil Zakat Agency) with support from the Ford Foundation visited China on August 13-16, 2019 and examined the development of the real-time database and Foundation Transparency Index (FTI) at the China Foundation Center (CFC).

Suzanty Sitorus’s Article entitled "Guiding Family Foundations for Effective Philanthropy" is Published on the Philanthropy In Focus (WINGS) Website

Suzanty Sitorus’s Article entitled "Guiding Family Foundations for Effective Philanthropy" is Published on the Philanthropy In Focus (WINGS) Website

The article entitled “Guiding Family Foundations for Effective Philanthropy” describes the past few years, the second and third generation trends of several family foundations that have been established from business companies separating the interests of family foundations and corporate CSR and recruiting people who are professionals in the philanthropic to run their foundations.

SEFI Task Force

SEFI Task Force

On June 24th, 2019, Filantropi Indonesia held an internal meeting related to the review of the Filantropi Indonesia Ethics Standard (SEFI). The SEFI document contains a code of ethics to encourage members and philanthropists who reflect high ethics as a form of accountability.