AVPN is building the ecosystem for philanthropists and social investors with a dedicated team in Japan.
Over the past decade, wealth in Japan has grown dramatically and with it comes a new breed of philanthropists and social investors. This emerging group is looking to tackle many of the economic inequalities still challenging the country through business-minded approaches.
Japan has a vibrant civil society that has sustained momentum on solving several critical social issues since the early 1960s. Charity and social entrepreneurship are deeply rooted in the Japanese ethos. Download the report to access Japan's social investment landscape.Download this report PDF 6.4MB 80 pages
October will see the 3rd annual AVPN Roadshow travelling to the cities of Hong Kong, Mumbai, Seoul, Singapore and Tokyo. The theme for this year’s roadshow is ‘Mobilising Human Capital’, a timely reminder of the importance of organisations’ most valuable assets. The effective unlocking and utilisation of human capital through the use of skilled volunteers […]Read This Post
Starting a new venture philanthropy or social investment organisation can be difficult, particularly in a region such as Asia, where the ecosystem for philanthropy is not as evolved as it is in the West. ‘Getting Started in Venture Philanthropy in Asia’, AVPN’s guide for new venture philanthropy and social investment organisations, is an important tool […]Read This Post