To what extent do you think collaboration can make a difference in philanthropy? What is your organization’s role in the S2Cities: Safe and Sound Cities’ collaborative intiative? What are the advantages of choosing Swiss Philanthropy Foundation as a fiscal sponsor?
Discover the answers to these questions and more in our video interview with Eva Moldovanyi from Fondation Botnar, Lorena Zemp (Oropeza) from Global Infrastructure Basel (GIB) Foundation and Pauline Joiris from Swiss Philanthropy Foundation.
The S2Cities: Safe and Sound Cities programme was established in 2021 with the aim of improving the safety and well-being of young people in urban areas. A joint initiative of the Basel-based Fondation Botnar and Global Infrastructure Basel (GIB) Foundation, the programme is hosted by Swiss Philanthropy Foundation.
This fund is a great example of where three foundations come together to capitalize on each other’s strength, with GIB as the project leader and the Fondation Botnar deploying the financial means to support a programme in its area of expertise. As the fiscal sponsor, Swiss Philanthropy Foundation provides grant-making proficiency as well as flexible and agile processes that allow GIB to focus on the program’s content, strategy, and operational management.