The findings of a new study that looked at 35 giving circles across 8 Asian countries will be discussed on May 16 in Singapore. What does the future bode for this grassroots style of giving? Come join the discussion!
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The Tahir Foundation, the Gates Foundation, and 8 other Indonesian philanthropists have committed to providing millions to the Indonesia Health Fund over the next five years.
Everyone’s talking about collaboration, and no where is it more needed than in the nonprofit sector, where organizations are often stretched to their limits in personnel and funding. This collaboration tool may help solve that.
Thanks to a new direct registration process, the number of Chinese NGOs has swelled to over 500,000. But there is still much more the government can do to ease the burdens of operations for local nonprofits.
The giving traditions practiced by many immigrants and communities of color are helping to democratize philanthropy in the U.S. To that we say, hurrah!
Our last feature for Women’s History Month looks at the role women have in growing the global economy. Guess what — it’s an important one.
The Women’s Philanthropy Institute is offering a stipend of $5,000 to scholars researching women’s philanthropy.
So easy it behooves you to do it: tweet/instagram #caseforgirls and WesternUnion.com will donate $10 to scholarship funds for girls in Vietnam.
For our Women’s History Month series, we took a look at the state of girls’ education around the world. On the upside, women are at excelling at the highest levels of education–but social misconceptions are still stopping many girls from getting there in the first place.
The good news: about 77% of firms in Vietnam reported practicing some form of corporate giving! The not-so-good news: most corporate philanthropy in Vietnam is ad hoc and event-based.