Meeting hosted by Indigo Trust on 20 June 2013

Indigo Trust hosted a meeting at its offices to discus open data, philanthropy, grant making and the principles underpinning this blog.  The minutes will be published in due course, the following attended:

Simon Marshall Big Lottery Funding

Cathy Pharoah Cass Business School

Owen Barder Centre for Global Development

Beth Breeze Centre for Philanthropy – Kent University

Adam Pickering Charities Aid Foundation

Joni Hillman Development Initiatives

Mary Glanville Institute for Philanthropy

Tom Steinberg mySociety

David Kane NCVO

Charlotte Ravenscroft NCVO – National Council for Voluntary

Dan Corry New Philanthropy Capital

Ed Anderton Nominet Trust

Martin Tisne Omidyar Network

Chris Taggart Open Corporates

Nigel Shadbolt Open Data Institute

Richard Stirling Open Data Institute

Rufus Pollock Open Knowledge Foundation

Tim Davies Practical Participation

Mark Brough Publish What You Fund

David Hall-Matthews Publish What You Fund

Dorothea Hodge Aequitas Consulting


Fran Perrin Founder and Director Indigo Trust

William Perrin Trustee, Indigo Trust

Loren Treisman Executive, Indigo Trust

Richard Crellin Researcher, Indigo Trust/SFCT

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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