The EVPA Impact Month is a space for the impact community to come together to learn, share and connect with other players across the globe to maximise their social impact.
With a series of events throughout November catered to the different stakeholders in the impact ecosystem, we will explore how investing for impact can be a driving force for societal recovery and transformation. How impact leaders, impact funds, private and public capital providers, corporate social investors, and others can mobilise resources for a better society, and collaborate to achieve transformative outcomes.
You can expect thought-provoking and inspirational speakers and discussions, interactive workshops, knowledge exchange, networking opportunities, and a space to share your learnings and perspectives with fellow practitioners.
The Impact Month is for all those within the broad impact community or interested in learning more about investing for impact: investors, foundations, social entrepreneurs, policy makers, market builders, academics, etc.
All our events are open to everyone, except for the Impact Funds Initiative Meetup and the Investors for Impact Forum (by invitation only).
Each event is targeted to a specific audience - apart from the Annual Conference, which is relevant for all stakeholders in the impact ecosystem. Please click here for more information about the the audience of each event.
The Investors for Impact Forum on 15 November is for capital providers and by invitation only. If you are an Impact Capital Provider and would be interested in attending, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
The C Summit on 15-16 November is EVPA’s annual gathering of European Corporate Philanthropy & Social Investing practitioners and experts, in cooperation with Dafne and EFC. It will bring together the corporate impact community in Porto. You can register here.
The names of speakers will be added on an ongoing basis as we receive confirmations.
It is possible to join the online Annual Conference on your phone (without installing any app). However, we strongly recommend that you access all online events with a PC instead of phone/tablet for a better user experience.
The crash courses offer an interactive learning experience that requires attendees’ presence and active participation (polls, collaboration tools like Mural/Miro, Slido etc.). We do not recommend joining the course via smartphone or tablet as this can sometimes prevent you from participating properly.
We welcome partners for the Impact Month. If you would like to support EVPA in creating a space for the impact community to come together to learn, share and connect to maximise their social impact, please contact us (email conference(at)evpa.eu.com) to find out about our different partnership and sponsorship opportunities.
If you would like to cover one of our Impact Month events or find out about interview opportunities, please contact Georgina Siklossy, Communications and Partnerships Manager, at gsiklossy(at)evpa.eu.com
Only the Annual Conference sessions will be recorded. Recordings will be shared with the participants afterwards.
The session timing of our online events (Annual Conference, Crash Courses) on this website is always in CET (Central European Time / Brussels).
For the events in Porto, we use the local/Portuguese time zone.
Unfortunately this is not possible and each event has to be booked separately. Only those invited to the Forum can add a ticket to the C Summit in the same registration.
Yes. The registration form to each event has the "Submit and add extra person" feature.
For online Annual Conference, C Summit and crash courses, there are no limits.
For Impact Forum (by invitation only), only one person per organisation can attend.
Registrations to our online Annual Conference until the day before the event.
For the C Summit, as the number of participants is limited, the registrations will close once we have reached the maximum number of participants.
Crash course: The participants list is finalised based on registrations before the deadline. In exceptional cases and based on the availability of spots, you may be admitted also when registering after the deadline. Please get directly in touch with the Training Academy team at email@example.com.
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For any further question, please use our contact form or email us directly at conference(at)evpa.eu.com.
Pricing and Payment
|Event||EVPA Members||Regular fees|
|Impact Funds Initiative Meet-up||?||-|
|Corporate Social Investing Course||€100||€200|
|Annual Conference||1 free ticket per member organisation + €105 per additional ticket||€150|
|Investing for Impact Crash Course||€100||€200|
|Investing for Impact Forum||€250||n/a|
* EVPA Corporate Initiative members receive one free ticket per organisation. Dafne and EFC members also benefit from the discounted rate. Please note that all prices mentioned on this website exclude VAT.
As an EVPA Member, you benefit from discounted rates for each event (apart from the Forum as it is only open to EVPA members). Please visit the Registration page to see the detail of your discounts. The discount code to apply when registering is shared in our newsletters. If you are not subscribed, please contact us to receive your discount code.
It is possible to pay by wire transfer against an invoice, however we recommend that payments are done by credit card to complete your registration more quickly.
You will receive it by email after you've completed your registration and payment. If you have done so and have not received your receipt, please contact us.
Please note that we will not refund the fee in case of cancellation or in case of no-show. For the in-person events in Porto, we understand the uncertain circumstances and, for this year, we have exceptionally agreed that in case of short notice Covid-related cancellations, we will refund the ticket fees (excluding VAT) with a voucher that can be redeemed against any EVPA event. For the travel and accommodation, an insurance might be advisable anyway.