The Arthur Guinness Fund™ is an internal programme set up to further the legacy of Arthur Guinness and support social entrepreneurs around the world.
The fund was launched and set up in 2009 to mark the 250th anniversary of the signing of the lease for the St James's Gate Brewery. GUINNESS® & Co. is committed through The Arthur Guinness Fund to identifying and supporting social entrepreneurs globally with the skills and support required to deliver a measurable, transformational change to communities around the world.
The Killers' Brandon Flowers said in 2010: "To take part in Arthur's Day, and to be involved in the incredible work that The Arthur Guinness Fund has done in empowering Social Entrepreneurs around the globe, is very exciting."READ MORE
FROM ONE TO MANY…
Mapping the impact of The Arthur Guinness FundSEE THE MAP NOW
(1 of 5) Anil Patel, Ashoka – Ashoka Fellow, Canada
(2 of 5) John Ndolu , – Ashoka Fellow, British Council
(3 of 5) Ken Banks, Ashoka – Ashoka Fellow, UK
(4 of 5) Majid el Jarroud, Ashoka – Ashoka Fellow, Canada
(5 of 5) Andrea Bolnick, Ashoka – Ashoka Fellow, South Africa
(1 of 5) Anil Patel, Ashoka – Ashoka Fellow, CanadaVIEW DETAILS
WHAT IS A SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR?
A social entrepreneur is motivated by a desire to help improve and transform social environmental, educational and economic conditions.READ MORE
We work in close partnership with Ashoka, Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, British Council Indonesia and Virgin Unite to support social entrepreneurs worldwide.READ MORE
YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
If you want to know things like how the Arthur Guinness Fund is funded or what the selection criteria is to become one of our social entrpreneurs, we have some answers for you.READ MORE