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Enriched, our private, invite-only group for philanthropists, is moving to a new home with I.G. Advisors.

The peer-to peer community was set up by Beacon in 2023 so philanthropists could support and learn from each other and provide mentorship.

As The Beacon Collaborative steps back to revisit its mission and future activities, the Enriched community will now be hosted by I.G. Advisors – an award-winning team of philanthropy and impact experts with decades of experience supporting the philanthropy, business and nonprofit sectors to create social and environmental change.

As well as building sector-leading strategies for impact and growth, the team at this B Corp are community experts, having founded The Mesa (a technology platform to  enhance philanthropic communities) and the #FixTheFlow Fellowship (a movement of funders and nonprofit leaders working to create more equitable flows of resources).

Emily Collins-Ellis, CEO of I.G. (and Citywealth Magazine Top Philanthropy Advisor) said: I.G. is delighted to be providing a new home for the Enriched community – taking forward what Beacon has started and continuing our commitment to support wealth holders to learn, grow and collaborate to become the most impactful philanthropists they can be.

“We will be bringing Sarah Hughes across from the Beacon team to support the transition and ensure the most loved parts of Enriched are protected and nurtured.”

Cath Dovey CBE, co-founder of The Beacon Collaborative, said: “Enriched was piloted by Beacon to be a private, trusted space for philanthropists to be connected to like-minded peers. In the past few months we have seen the signs that the community is beginning to create value

We are so pleased that I.G. can now continue this progress by adding resources and expertise as it brings Enriched to a much wider circle of philanthropists in the UK and internationally.”

To learn more about Enriched and find out how to join, visit the community here.

To learn more about I.G. Advisors, visit their website here