There’s a lot of wealth in Silicon Valley–and a lot of will to do good. Asian American philanthropic leaders in Silicon Valley will speak about community-based and globally-focused impact investing at the Committee of 100′s Speakers Forum. APF’s own Dien Yuen will moderate.
Kordant Philanthropy Advisors published a new guide that lays out some of the issues faced by donors in making grants to organizations in China and how they can be addressed.
The LIN Center for Community Development gathered 16 philanthropists in Ho Chi Minh City for a roundtable discussion on Emerging Trends in Philanthropy in Asia.
With summer in full swing, this might be a great time to engage your family members in some meaningful conversation on the topic of giving, perhaps during that upcoming family vacation.
Philanthropy in Silicon Valley is alive and well, but local giving is still weak. How can we get philanthropy in Silicon Valley to benefit Silicon Valley?
Leith Robotham shares tips on how corporations can most effectively engage their employees through volunteerism programs.
In this blog series, we hope to explore the history, cultural traditions, and current practices of Vietnamese-American giving. This post explores the differing perspectives on giving to Vietnam.
In this blog series, we hope to explore the history, cultural traditions, and current practices of Vietnamese-American giving. Where does this community give in the US, and why?
The model minority myth fails to capture many of the realities faced by Asian American males today. We look at a new report by Asian American Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) about the communities especially vulnerable.
Fidelity Charitable Trust reported a 17% growth in its donor-advised funds over the last four years. As one of the largest DAF managers in the country, its findings may be indicative of larger trends.