Invitation to Tender – Place Learning Support

We need someone to hold a rigorous process that enables us to reflect on and adapt our approach as we go – helping us to… Read More

Before we defund the police, we must critically examine the racism of educators

Some key objectives for BLM and many organisations are to defund the police, decolonise the curriculum and to reinvest into social work and education. As… Read More

A reflection on ‘How’

We had a hunch that there were important crossovers between our focuses on governance, knowledge systems, communications, skills, investments and movements. These all feel like… Read More

Transparency can transform the impact of our investments

At the ACF’s 2019 conference, ‘Funding on a finite planet’, its Chief Executive predicted increasing scrutiny of foundations’ choices in the context of climate breakdown… Read More

How should charities invest? Our submission to the Charity Commission

We responded to the Charity Commission’s recent consultation on responsible investment guidance, making three key points: We support the shift away… Read More

Farewell to Alice Evans

After eight incredible years, we are sad to announce that our Deputy CEO Alice Evans is leaving Lankelly Chase. Alice wants to spend more time… Read More

Launching our new website

Lankelly Chase has launched a new website! This is an exciting moment for us, but also the culmination of some important reflection that I wanted… Read More

Investing beyond the growth paradigm: How charity investors can shift investment practice into humanity’s safe and just operating space

Increasing numbers of citizens, cities and countries are building alternatives to a model which has had its day. From Wales to Amsterdam and… Read More

Charities support an upgrade of responsible investment guidance

We are among 12 charities which have written to the Charity Commission to support its review of responsible investment practices in the sector, and encourage… Read More

Transforming Lankelly Chase’s governance … so that we can do what we need to do properly

Two years ago we acknowledged publicly that we didn’t know what effective governance at Lankelly Chase should look like. In particular, we were struggling to give… Read More