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Rhodri Davies
Rhodri Davies
Director, Why Philanthropy Matters
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Rhodri is the founder and Director of Why Philanthropy Matters. He is a well-known thinker and commentator on philanthropy and host of the popular Philanthropisms podcast. As well as running Why Philanthropy Matters, Rhodri is a Pears Research Fellow in the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent, and also the Philanthropy Expert in Residence at the Pears Foundation. In 2016 he published Public Good by Private Means: How philanthropy shapes Britain, a book tracing the history of philanthropy in Britain and what it tells us about the modern context. Rhodri was formerly Head of Policy at Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), where he created and led the in-house think tank Giving Thought, and also hosted CAF’s popular Giving Thought podcast for over 100 episodes.
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Joined Guild
30 November, 2022