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Belajar Filantropi Sampai ke Negeri China

Tuntutlah Ilmu sampai ke negeri China. Hadist tersebut meskipun dhaif, dijadikan landasan oleh Filantropi Indonesia (FI) untuk belajar ke China pada 13-16 Agustus guna menemukan formulasi terbaik yang dapat diterapkan dalam memberdayakan umat di tanah air.

Mereka menjalin kemitraan dengan beberapa asosiasi dan lembaga filantropi di China untuk pengembangan real time database dan indeks transparansi lembaga filantropi. Dua instrumen tersebut dinilai sebagai perangkat modern dalam memperkuat transparansi dan akuntabilitas filantropi di berbagai negara. Lantas kenapa harus belajar ke China?

Meet India’s top 10 billionaires who donate money for social good

India has produced a number of billionaires even as family businesses have passed down from generation to generation.

However, the difference in quality of life and economic freedom between the rich and poor in the country is huge. One wishes there was a way to trickle down the wealth in a few hands to those in dire need of it. A few billionaires in India are doing just that, extending their helping hands to those in need.

There were 21 self-made and 17 inherited entrepreneurs in the Hurun list. Mumbai houses the most number of philanthropists at 12, followed by Bengaluru (6) and Ahmedabad (4).

Here are the top 10 Indian philanthropists in terms of amount donated from October 1, 2017, to September 31, 2018.

Three questions with Hawaii Community Foundation's newest senior VP of philanthropy

Kathryn "Kathy" Nelson recently started her new role as senior vice president of philanthropy for Hawaii Community Foundation.

Prior to joining HCF, Nelson held leadership positions as vice president for advancement at Punahou School, vice president of development at University of Hawaii Foundation, and vice president and managing director at Grenzebach Glier and Associates, an international philanthropic management consulting firm.

"I have a deep background in educational fundraising," she said.

How One Feminist Giving Pioneer is Changing Lives

When you hear the word “relationship,” what do you think of first? A couple in a romantic partnership, or two people sharing a conversation?

Most of us would lean toward that first option–which is part of the reason Relationships First is setting out to change the way we think about human interaction.

Relationships First is a nonprofit founded on the idea that healthy relationships are key to physical, financial, and emotional health–not just for people, but for the communities and countries they live in. When our relationships suffer, it shows. We tend to disconnect from our jobs, our friends, our children, our family members. And when this happens, performance drops, stress mounts, and communities feel the heaviest effects. This nonprofit seeks to break this vicious cycle by teaching new ways of communication.

Tuition-free medical school looking to expand, inspire primary care doctors

After opening its doors in Mineola July 29, the tuition-free NYU Long Island School of Medicine’s faculty already has 3,000 applications to evaluate for 32 spots for the 2020-2021 class by November, must find donors and do what it can to encourage medical students to pursue primary care in the future.

Dr. Steven Shelov, the school’s founding dean and chief academic officer, said the priority now is to locate more donors and philanthropists to maintain the tuition-free model for the medical school based in NYU Winthrop Hospital’s research center.

“It’s got to be half operations and half philanthropy,” Shelov said. He and the other leaders at the school are developing ways of finding and persuading donors to donate to the medical school. The average tuition, Shelov said, is about $55,000 per student.

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