After months of hard work it’s done! The Guerrilla Foundation has now officially launched. Actually, we should say Good Move gGmbH has launched with Guerrilla Foundation being its brand. Confusing? Read more about our naming struggles soon.
In this ‘News’ section of our blog, we will provide regular updates about how the Guerrilla Foundation develops and grows and what we learn along the way. Next to that, the ‘Opinion’ section has its first post by Antonis who outlines his thoughts about progressive philanthropy and impact investing.
What have we achieved in the past months?
What did we learn?
We want to thank all of you who helped us with foundation strategy, thoughts on impact, as well as admin and legal questions! Without your support we wouldn’t be half as far as we are today! We also know that there’s still a long way to go and look forward to your feedback and thoughts as we continue our journey.
Special thanks go to the small crowd of committed people who came to our launch workshop on 13th September! It was great to see you and (once more) get your input! We are honored by your commitment and got a lot of good ideas for our 2017 activities.
I am sure that this was not the last time that we gathered an exciting circle of people to think about our next Guerrilla moves and changing the world in general!
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