Art of Philanthopy

Helping charitable donors to achieve their philanthropic goals

Our Mission

We help charitable donors - individuals, Family Offices, trusts and foundations and businesses - to achieve their philanthropic goals.

We find out what you care about and identify where and how your financial support can have the biggest impact through effective and positive philanthropy.

We use our expertise and experience across the charitable sector to guide you on a philanthropic journey, from generating ideas to developing strategies and measuring impact.

We offer value for money, ensuring efficiency and good practice throughout the philanthropic process, to make your charitable giving go further.

 
 

What We Do

We offer philanthropic advice to individuals, Family Offices, trusts and foundations and businesses to develop funding strategies, in depth research, and assessment of individual charities and charitable sectors.
 

We believe that philanthropy is, at heart, a personal endeavour and an intrinsic part of wealth management. 

We offer a personal, bespoke, discrete, and efficient service to achieve our clients's philanthropic goals.

We align donors with charities that match their values, personal interests and philanthropic aspirations and we support that process. 

 


 

Following an initial consultation we will identify the client's values, interests and aspirations and put together a donor strategy and proposal.

If requested we will manage the process from grant assessment, research and due diligence to on-going support, monitoring donations, evaluating their impact and if needed, refining funding strategies.

 

If you would like to book a free one hour online introductory Why Philanthropy? session please get in touch. 
 

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Nathalie Bristow

Nathalie has spent over fifteen years working in the charitable sector (Bush Theatre, Koestler Arts, Riverside Studios and Lyric Hammersmith) following her career as a private client solicitor. Her experience as a fundraiser and community projects manager has made her passionate about the need for strong governance in charities and the power of well-matched charitable giving.

 

She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and is trustee of Streetlytes, a West London homeless charity.

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Harriet Horne

Harriet has over ten years experience of working with family trusts, assessing grant applications and advising on charitable activities across a wide range of sectors including arts, education and environment. Her expertise is in working with small, grassroots charities that have a local and regional impact and often require a sustained, personal involvement with their donors.

 

She is on the executive board of a hospital charity and is a trustee of a small charitable foundation. She has a doctorate in modern Indian history.

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