Arabella Advisors partners with a wide range of clients to help them achieve their impact goals. From social entrepreneurs and families to impact investors, corporations, and many of the world’s largest foundations, we enable people to accomplish philanthropic missions.
Families & Individuals
We provide the expertise and customized tools you need to build a shared vision and achieve significant impact on the issues you care about most.
Drawing on diverse expertise, deep networks, and a full suite of services, we meet you where you are and provide exactly the support you need to surpass your impact goals.
We provide the capacity your team needs to support, refine, or execute programs that deliver real impact and address priorities across the triple bottom line.
Empowering People Who Care About Impact
Arabella Advisors provides a full suite of services designed to support our clients as they pursue philanthropic goals. We meet you where you are, help you think through options and opportunities, and always look to deliver exactly the set of services you need to achieve your mission.
Mitigating Power Dynamics in Learning and Evaluation
Arabella’s Learning and Evaluation team recently helped facilitate a session at the American Evaluation Association’s annual conference titled “Mitigating Power Dynamics: Turning the Evaluative Lens onto Funders.” We had two goals for the session: to share our experiences with disrupting power dynamics while evaluating philanthropic initiatives and to offer a forum for other evaluators to […]
As we start a new year, I’m feeling inspired to think big and bold. For me, this means exploring how to knock down what stands in the way of widespread impact investing. At Arabella Advisors, we talk to many funders about impact investing. There’s often a ton of enthusiasm, but it doesn’t always translate into […]
Philanthropy Can’t Replace Our Broken Government — But It Can Help Rebuild It
This morning, the Chronicle of Philanthropy published a new piece from Arabella senior director Loren McArthur titled “Philanthropy Can’t Replace Our Broken Government — but It Can Help Rebuild It.” In the piece, Loren notes that “decades of disinvestment in government at all levels has resulted in weakened institutions that are less capable of addressing our most challenging societal problems.” We have all witnessed the results of […]