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The GIFT

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Transcript of The GIFT

The GIFT: Gender Inequality
Why was The GIFT created?
The GIFT structure
Looking ahead
Building momentum
£55 billion
*2014 Rich list
Female supporters want more involvement with Unicef's work

Strategic focus for UNICEF Globally
22%
24%
Benefits
Pooled investment/
Reports
Choose projects
Involve their children/company in GIFT
Introductions to
networks
Invite to
the field
Speaker
opportunities/Media support
Support with hosting events
Exclusive
high level
events

Shareholders - £10k each
Investment
Time and skills
Breakdown of major supporters to Unicef by % (2014)
The rise of wealthy women
Women's
networks
Investing for social return
Board members - £100k each
GIFT
70%
of the world's poor are women
A
10%
reduction in child marriage can result in a
70%
reduction in a country’s maternal mortality rates
When
10%
more girls go to secondary school, a country’s GDP increases by about 3%
54%
Female philanthropists
want 'to give back'
Gender equality
and the empowerment of girls
Recognition
in Annual Report
YEAR 1
The Launch
: Co-hosted by Liz Earle and with founding Investors
£550k:
Initial investment

LOOKING TO THE FUTURE


The GIFT
Global girls empowerment initiative with a
venture philanthropy
twist
Uniting UK investors in advancing
gender equality
Pooling

donations
to improve the lives of girls and mothers

Working together
to connect us to investors
Second generation philanthropists
Business leaders
Wealth Advisers
Corporate Partners
Women's Networks

Business Leaders
Corporate Partners
Philanthropists
Girl-Focused Projects
Business Leaders
Philanthropists
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