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So Why Do We Give to Charity? by Ian Marsh If, as Hobbes said, “every man is presumed to seek what is good for himself naturally, and what is just,...
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Reflections on the 9th EVPA Conference by Etienne Eichenberger The spectrum of philanthropy is wide and the boundaries between activities are becoming less rigid. As a philanthropy advisor and leader...
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Innovating Times for Asian Philanthropy by Rob John Wealth is being created across Asia Pacific with unprecedented speed. There are now more high net worth individuals in Asia than in...
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Mixing Business and Social What is a Social Enterprise and How Can We Recognise One? by Andrew Rogerson and Gideon Rabinowitz A clearer, generally agreed definition of what constitutes a...
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Corporate Philanthropy: It Is No Longer About Charity (Nor Should It Be) by Alice Korngold Multinational corporations have the global footprint, financial and human resources, and profit incentive to solve...
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If Not Now, When? 2014 BNP Paribas Individual Philanthropy Index: Measuring the Commitment to Giving Around the World by Kasia Moreno For the second year in a row, BNP Paribas...
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Family Philanthropy: A Look at France by Arthur Gautier Associated with a global surge in private wealth over the past decades, philanthropy has blossomed and become more visible in many...
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The Revolution on the Frontiers of Philanthropy and Social Investment by Lester M. Salamon With the resources of both governments and traditional philanthropy barely growing or in decline, yet the...
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For the past thirty years, I have spent much of my working life raising money for causes and organizations I believe in, and during that time I have met a...
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1. Imagine total charitable giving in the USA as a stack of dollar bills, 125 feet wide by 200 feet deep and as tall as the London Eye. That $316...

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