A guest post on Tactical Philanthropy this week elaborates on the rise in women’s philanthropy that we discussed in our May 18th post. Sarah Hall of New Philanthropy Advisors outlines “six principles of high-engagement womens philanthropy”. We particularly like #3: “Women are willing to start at the beginning, allowing their energy for the mission to [...]
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Associated Press writer Josh Funk reports on Peter and Jennifer Buffett’s NoVo Foundation, detailing their commitment to empowering women, collaborating with other groups to achieve their goal and the incorporation of Warren Buffett’s business ideas to philanthropy. Peter Buffett will be a speaker at the upcoming Global Philanthropy Forum 2009 Conference in Washington, DC, April [...]
According to Peter Singer, a professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, the ordinary American has an obligation to the world’s poor. He suggests that for the first time in history we, as individuals, are in a position to end extreme poverty. He spoke here at the Council last week on this, and, as Tactical Philanthropy [...]