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The South African Philanthropy Network

The African Philanthropy Network is an organization of African grantmaking organizations that facilitates networking and experience-sharing among established and emerging African nonprofit organizations. 

With over 500 members, APN is a continent-wide network of African philanthropy working in the public, private, governmental, and multi-stakeholder sectors. This article explores how the program's mission is changing Africa's philanthropic landscape.

In this blog article, the author describes how The African Philanthropy Network is an organization that connects African grantmaking organizations. This article discusses the advantages of networking for African grantmakers and what members can expect from their membership in the organization.

The African Philanthropy Network is a continent-wide network of African grantmaking organizations that facilitates networking and experience-sharing among established and emerging African philanthropists. They recently launched an initiative to support the creation of new foundations across Africa in order to encourage more individual donors to contribute to the region.

The African Philanthropy Network (APN) is a continent-wide network of African grantmaking organizations that facilitates networking and experience-sharing among established and emerging African philanthropists.

As Africa faces a myriad of challenges, there is also an increasing need for philanthropic organizations. The African Philanthropy Network (APN) ia a continent-wide network of African grantmaking organizations that facilitates networking and experience-sharing among established and emerging African philanthropists.

It has grown rapidly since its inception in 2006 with the goal of providing practical knowledge, expertise and support to those wishing to build their own nonprofit organisations or to enhance their capacity as donors.