TIMELINE

     
20 years aniversary
2019
 
   
 
2018
Launch of the Campaing Find Your Cause
   
IDIS is recognized as one of the top 100 NGOs in Brazil, according to Época Magazine and the Doar Institute.
2017
 
   
 
2016
Promotion of a pioneering research on the profile of the Brazilian Donor
   
IDIS develops fundraising projects with Santas Casas in São Paulo State
2015
 
   
 
2014
Paula Fabiani takes over as president director
   
Released the documentary Private Social Investment: The Present Is the Future
2013
 
   
 
2012
IDIS held the First Brazilian Forum of Philanthropists and Social Investors
   
IDIS conducts event on Equity Funds, launching the debate on this subject in the Brazil
2011
 
   
 
2010
Promoting World Giving Index, in partnership with CAF
   
Celebration of 10 years of IDIS Foundation
2009
 
   
 
2008
Start the Foundation School classes and meetings
   
Launch of Social InVista, the biweekly newsletter IDIS
2007
 
   
 
2006
IDIS launch his website, content reference for social investment
   
IDIS become the representative of Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) in Latin America
2005
 
   
 
2004
IDIS conducts series of Workshops on Family Social Investment in Brazil
   
IDIS brought to Brazil the concept of marketing related to the cause and holds International Seminar on Marketing -Related Causes
2003
 
   
 
2002
First IDIS publications
   
IDIS performs International Seminar on Social Investment in the Community: Directions to Local Development
2001
 
   
 
2000
Created the Giving Program
   
Marcos Kisil based IDIS
1999
 

IDIS

Established in 1999, the Institute for the Development of Social Investment (IDIS, in Portuguese) is a public interest non-governmental organization that was a pioneer in providing technical support and consultancy for social investors in Brazil and Latin America. IDIS facilitates the participation of individuals, families, companies and communities in strategic social actions that bring social change and help reduce social inequalities in the country. Committed to promote and structure private social investment as a tool for the development of a more equitable and sustainable society, IDIS acts in two ways: by developing proactive initiatives and by meeting the demand for technical support of companies, foundations, institutes, families and individuals.