https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2017/04/26/us/politics/ap-us-ivanka-trump-syria-.html?_r=0 I for one hope that we can find some common ground in securing the boarder and helping our fellow humans in need. Prioritizing one effort should not preclude our ability to address the other.
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Washington Post Article – Refugees The article in the April 25th Washington Post provides further clarity with respect to the suffering that refugees all over the world are facing. Putting politics aside, human beings die everyday as they runway from their nightmare in hopes of reaching their dreams.
The article published by the Washington Post reminds us all of the importance of helping others and give to others, even when we think we cannot afford it.
Warren Buffett: Warren Buffett may be considered as one of the top Philanthropists in the world. Throughout Buffet’s lifetime he has always be one too help out the less fortunate. One of Buffett’s main ideas was creating the Giving Pledge. The giving pledge is a promise made by some of most wealthy people in world […]
Shiv Nadar is known as many things. Anyone with the slightest interest in the tech world knows him as the cofounder of HCL technologies, this is the fourth largest software firm in India. Nadar is essentially tech-world royalty, just earlier this month he was ranked as the 14th richest tech billionaire in the world and […]
While establishing a not-for-profit organization or a charitable cause presents as many challenges as developing a for-profit venture, there are some aspects unique to the organizations with a philanthropic core. When cultivating a workforce in a business, there are a number of considerations that go into evaluating potential candidates. Skill, experience, growth potential, culture fit […]
Time Is Precious — Here’s How to Convince People to Donate It from Knowledge@Wharton