We learn with and from our clients, partners and associates. Our print and digital publications give an insight into what we’re learning, and the dynamic and multi-layered nature of change in the sector.


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This is a unique opportunity to support an organisation committed to finding innovative and effective approaches to ‘shifting the dial’ on significant social issues.

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This presentation by MJ Kaplan considers global trends in social enterprise, social impact and their relevance for New Zealand.

CSI Reports

Our CEO,  Dr Alison Taylor, was a contributor to Financing the Future, a project about impact investment in New Zealand.

CSI Reports

On the Cusp: Re-designing complex communities and institutions to flourish is the latest report from Mary Jo (MJ) Kaplan of Kaplan Consulting.

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Global trends in social enterprise and impact is the focus of our second Social Impact hui, which will take place in Auckland on Friday October 26th

CSI Reports

The Centre is part of a team drawn together by the Ministry of Youth Development to review the Youth Development Strategy Aotearoa (YDSA). To inform this collaborative work, we recently completed a comprehensive evidence review of the current youth development ‘ecosystem’, effective practice, and opportunities to strengthen the YDSA.

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The latest issue of Philanthropy New Zealand’s journal, includes a feature from CSI's Kat Dawnier

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The latest addition to the CSI team is Monica Briggs.  Monica has joined us to manage business development and partnerships for the Centre. We talked to Monica about joining us, and about her experiences as a senior leader in public health, and as a manager of a community organisation. 

CSI Reports

Our Social Impact hui provide space for conversations about strategies and practices for funders looking to strengthen social impact. 

Digital stories

This report by the Centre for Social Impact associate, Rachael Trotman, presents the story of and lessons learned from a collaboration between four philanthropic funders that led to the establishment of VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai. VOYCE is an independent charitable trust for children and young people in foster care.