Smarter Philanthropy for Longer Term Impact

Asia Summit 2019

Smarter Philanthropy for Longer Term Impact

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Philanthropy has proven to play an outsized role in catalyzing and accelerating dynamic changes within society. Greater risk tolerance allows donors to make relatively high-risk investments that move promising programs forward, attract subsequent sources of private capital, and set high standards in collaboration for others to follow. However, philanthropy in Asia remains nascent. What is needed to jumpstart philanthropy? What is philanthropy able and unable to address? How can giving be more impactful, more collaborative, and even smarter?

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Richard Ditizio

President and Chief Operating Officer, Milken Institute

 

Speakers

Penny Fowler

Chair, Herald & Weekly Times; News Corp Australia’s Community Ambassador

 

Laurence Lien

Co-Founder and CEO, Asia Philanthropy Circle

 

Kathryn North

Director, Murdoch Children's Research Institute

 

Teng Ngiek Lian

Founder and Executive Chairman, The Silent Foundation

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Published December 7, 2019