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In last week's episode of Family Philanthropy Radio, we discussed what you need to know before you accept an offer to serve on the Board of Directors of your favorite non-profit. In this week's episode, we discuss how to avoid "Drive-By Philanthropy" in favor of establishing lasting and meaningful relationships with the non-profits you sponsor.
In last week's episode of Family Philanthropy Radio, we discussed how families can increase their giving capacity...
This week, we will discuss how Giving Families can make sure their doantions are being used in a manner consistent with the family's value and vision.
More information at: www.FamilyPhilanthropyDoneRight.com
In last week's episode of Family Philanthropy Radio, we discussed how Giving Families can make sure their donations are being used in a manner consistent with the family's values and vision.
This week, we will discuss what you need to know before you accept an offer to serve on the Board of Directors of your favorite nonprofit.
More information at: www.FamilyPhilanthropyDoneRight.com
In last week's episode of Family Philanthropy Radio, we discussed how charities can engage their high capacity donors.
This week, we will discuss how families can increase their giving capacity.
More information at: www.FamilyPhilanthropyDoneRight.com.
Featured Guest: Carol Tappenden
Carol is a development practitioner dedicated to working with institutions that channel sustainable resources towards the world’s most pressing problems, especially on the African continent.
South African born and raised, Carol has over 14 years experience in philanthropy, CSR, impact investment, non-profit management, and fundraising. Through her work with non-profits,international devleopment agencies and multi-national corporations, as well as through speaking engagements across the globe, she has established a far reaching international network in Africa, the US, Europe, the UK, Central and South America, Australia and Asia.
Key Highlights will include: due diligence in high risk countries; Africa's growing economy (and key areas); the Africa network & Shared Value services
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In 2009, Peter Clarke was struck with a vision while on a World Vision trip to Rwanda; a vision of using television as a force for good. This vision saw the launching of a television channel that shared stories of positivity, compassion in the world, and inspiration. The hiccup? Peter had no inkling of how to launch a television channel.
The Philanthropy Channel and Peter's journey is the featured cover story in the latest Brighter Business Empower Magazine. Peter has not only turned his vision into reality, he also met a man who inspires him. We'll talk about Peter's vision with The Philanthropy Channel and his trip to Necker Island where he met Sir Richard Branson.
Read Peter's Story in the Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE. And learn more about The Philanthropy Channel online at www.thephilanthropychannel.com.
Jon Sahn President, Chartered Advisor with Ascendant Planned Giving, Inc. is here today to share information about the importance of philanthropy and to share insight into the work they do – helping charities understand the power of generational giving. The company is based in Florida US but has clients across the US. ... Find today’s guest @: http://www.ascendantpg.com -&- you can find the hosts @: http://Brummet.ca
Young black philanthropy often goes unrecognized, but this episode of SYP Global Radio will spotlight a major voice in the movement, Friends of Ebonie Founder, Ebonie Johnson Cooper. JET Magazine, Washington Post, Forbes and Huffington Post have all recognized Friends of Ebonie and it is up to us to continue to bring awareness to the community work and leadership of black millennials. In 2013, she began the Changing the Face of Philanthropy Summit, which offers an opportunity to bring together African American millennials to strengthen giving behaviors and develop strategic action plans for civic leadership and involvement. Like many other industries, we need to see faces of familiarity and we are hoping to aid in changing the face of philanthropy. Let's discuss...
Charlotte L. Williams is the associate professor and director of the Center on Community Philanthropy at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service. The center is dedicated to expanding the knowledge, tools and practice of community-spawned and community-driven philanthropy.
Williams earned her M.P.H. and Dr.P.H. in health policy research from the College of Public Health at the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences, where she served as the director of policy research and faculty training. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Howard University.
Williams was responsible for launching the Center on Community Philanthropy, focusing on developing partnerships within communities and organizations interested in implementing programs with a community philanthropy focus. She is currently serving as the principal investigator for a $750,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and a $150,000 grant from the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation for initiatives related to race and community philanthropy.
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