House of Sharing

We help social organisations excel so that they have a greater impact over a longer period.

We do this for nothing. But our efforts certainly aren’t for nothing.

We HoPpers feel that it’s important to give something back to society at large. Yet we don’t believe in just donating money. We prefer to give something that we’re good at. Something that stands the test of time. For instance, by helping charities to use their resources in a better way. In so doing, we create added value. A greater impact. And the opportunity to help more people.

We help social organisations to enhance their performance, optimise their processes, work together better or develop leadership. Yes – the full package. And we do it in exactly the same engaged, professional and purposeful way as with any other client. There’s just one difference: we do it for nothing. Welcome to House of Sharing.

Take a look at a number of House of Sharing projects below

Case study: the Prisma Foundation – Executional strategy

Prisma helps people with learning difficulties in Amsterdam to participate more in society. This is valuable work, although its effect is difficult to measure. How can you work out if you are doing the right things? Using the AVRI model helps us to find the answer to this question, thereby enabling the voluntary organisation to grow in terms of professionalism, self-confidence – and impact.

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Case study: Binthout – A clear vision with directly applicable initiatives

inthout saves Dutch trees from the shredder and makes fabulous designer items from the wood. Its products are handmade and produced in the Netherlands by people who find it hard to get a job, because everyone deserves a chance in the labour market. Binthout is a growing company that wants to set a course that it can follow long into the future.

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Case study: The Fresh Chance Foundation – Working together more effectively

The Fresh Chance Foundation (DNK) is a foundation offering a ‘change pathway’. Its goal is to enable participants to change in such a way as to allow them to succeed in gaining a stable place within society.

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Case study: Care for Cancer – Recalibration of the strategy and collaboration

Since 2005, the Care for Cancer Foundation has offered integral support to people who are confronted with cancer. It is able to do so on an entirely altruistic basis, with the help of a network of over 60 specialist oncology nurses.

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Case study: Restless Development – Being more strategic and effective through directly applicable initiatives

Restless Development helps young people to take their role in the development of their country.  They work with young people so that they can lead in solving challenges. Whether that means supporting communities to end child marriage or prevent HIV, Restless Development works with young people to change their lives and the lives of people in their communities.

They run out of hubs in ten countries across Africa, Asia and in the UK and USA, with a wider network of partners across the world. House of Performance worked together with the Uganda hub on improving business performance. This project is part of House of Sharing.

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