The UK grantmaker has highlighted the need to develop digital and online tools as it looks to reduce the average age of its grantees.
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) is to boost its use of digital as it looks to attract younger applicants for its grants.
The grant making foundation says in its latest Review of Grant Making report that it is “focusing particular attention on shifting the dial to increase diversity, particularly reducing the average age of grant recipients.”
It adds that the diversity of its applicants and grantees “especially in terms of age – is not where we want to be”.
Areas of improvement are using an online forum for peer networking, which currently has “limited engagement” says the report but “presents opportunity to adapt this approach” in the future.
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Source: Charity Digital News