We fund experienced entrepreneurs developing scalable models to provide healthcare, education and improved livelihoods to the world's most disadvantaged.
The social entrepreneurs we fund are “private sector capable” but are drawn to create lasting change through social enterprise. We seek execution ability – and expect to see measurement of true impact – kids educated, more than schools built.
We actively share what we learn with other high-net-worth individuals and foundations who share our approach. We often invest together. We build long-term relationships directly with the people running the organisations we fund and expect regular, quantitative and qualitative reporting and complete frankness, openness and transparency.
We know there is no silver-bullet to solving poverty – our approach simply ensures we maximise own giving and help like-minded philanthropists to do the same.
The Jasmine Charitable Trust is a New Zealand registered charitable foundation which was established by Sam Morgan and his family following the sale of Trade Me to Fairfax Media in 2006.