Bridging Giving, Healing, and Building: Philanthropic Responses to COVID-19 in Asia-Pacific

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CONFERENCE CALL

Bridging Giving, Healing, and Building: Philanthropic Responses to COVID-19 in Asia-Pacific

Author(s)
Richard Ditizio
Richard Ditizio
President and Chief Operating Officer, Milken Institute

Bridging Giving, Healing, and Building: Philanthropic Responses to COVID-19 in Asia-Pacific

Thursday, May 28 | 8:30–9:15 am (Singapore Time)

COVID-19 has highlighted philanthropy’s key role in meeting the immediate needs created by the crisis, as well as the ongoing challenges. From committing funds to donating medical supplies and equipment, philanthropists throughout Asia-Pacific have been supporting critical health, social, and economic initiatives to provide urgent relief where it is most needed. In addition to mitigating the short-term challenges, how is philanthropy addressing the longer-term impacts of COVID-19? What are the approaches needed for recovery? How will COVID-19 shape the future of philanthropy? View video of the conference call on our website.


Moderator
richard-ditizio

Richard Ditizio
President and Chief Operating Officer, Milken Institute




Panel Experts and Speakers
Laurence Lien headshot

Laurence Lien
Co-Founder and CEO, Asia Philanthropy Circle

 

Binod Chaudhary headshot

Binod Chaudhary
Chairman, CG Corp Global

 

Andrew Forrest headshot

Andrew Forrest
Chairman and Co-Founder, The Minderoo Foundation

 

Cherie Nursalim Headshot

Cherie Nursalim
Vice Chairman, Giti Group

Published May 28, 2020