Asian Philanthropy Forum is pleased to provide coverage of the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network conference in Singapore from May 9-10. Andy Ho reflects on water scarcity, an issue troubling much of the world and one of the topics discussed at the conference.
Innovation in Asian Philanthropy, a new study published by the Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy at NUS Business School, was launched last week amongst a crowd of domestic and international audiences.
Asian Philanthropy Forum is pleased to provide coverage of the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network conference in Singapore from May 9-10. Here, Victor Kuo shares some of his highlights from the conference.
Asian Philanthropy Forum is pleased to provide coverage of the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network conference in Singapore from May 9-10. It was clear from just the first day that interest and knowledge about impact investing in Asia is spreading quickly within the sector.
Interest in impact investing is growing. Kordant Philanthropy Advisors explores the trends and opportunities in Asia in this new report. Who are impact investors and what funds do they support? Which organizations are working in this sector?
Bill Somerville is founder and president of Philanthropic Ventures Foundation. We are pleased to have Bill share his thoughts regularly with the Asian Philanthropy Forum community. There are certain key practices in outstanding professional philanthropy (foundations) and Bill provides us with a list of 25 creative philanthropy practices in an effort to shed light on them.
Kordant Philanthropy Advisors, a global advisory firm serving families and leading businesses and institutions in the U.S. and Asia launches.
A digest of interesting philanthropy articles and research affecting Asia: family philanthropy evolving in China, Gates Foundation China has a new approach, CSR in Hong Kong and CAF has a report on future giving.
Asian Philanthropy Forum will provide on the ground coverage of the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network inaugural conference in May.
Dien S. Yuen shares several trends she believes will affect the course of philanthropy in China. Women in philanthropy, breaking down of barriers to giving, adaptation of models and the Giving Pledge will all influence the next wave of philanthropy in China. This article is part of Asian Philanthropy Forum’s “Exploring the Impact of Asian Philanthropy” series.