The Cavendish Global Mission: Cavendish Global ('Cavendish') provides family offices and their foundations (from North America, Europe, Asia, the GCC and Latin America) with a discrete, peer-to-peer knowledge expansion and relationship building environment, combined with the innovative resources required to help develop and implement their individual pro-social impact investment, grant making and sustainable philanthropy programs within health and the life sciences.

Cavendish assists family offices in identifying the best scientific minds, accomplished healthcare delivery professionals, innovative private sector companies, philanthropic organizations and health policy experts engaged in transforming medical outcomes on a regional, national and global basis.

On behalf of family offices and their foundations, Cavendish utilizes a global network of relationships to provide access to:
  • Leading scientists and engineers revealing specific discoveries and technology with the potential for transformational impact on health
  • CEO’s of compelling and innovative private sector companies and philanthropic organizations with the potential for major advances in health education, disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment and medical outcomes
  • Accomplished healthcare delivery professionals and health policy experts implementing specific programs driving meaningful improvements in health, health access and medical outcomes on a regional or national basis

Cavendish Global Health Impact Forums are a unique invitation-only gathering of leading family offices, foundations, the best scientific minds, innovative private sector companies and accomplished healthcare delivery professionals from around the world.  Cavendish Global Health Impact Forums take place three times each year; in the United States (hosted at the United Nations and The Rockefeller University in May 2014), Europe, (hosted at Oxford University in November 2014) and a third Forum held at a Cavendish Host Partner City which moves to a different global location each year (Oxford University, N0vember 2014)