How you can change the world through giving
We think of ourselves as ‘a very charitable nation’ - but the tech revolution presents an opportunity for us to become international leaders in philanthropy as well. You don’t have to be a Carnegie or a Zuckerberg to make a difference on a grand scale, writes Faye Walsh Drouillard
When most people hear the word philanthropist, the names Rockefeller, Carnegie, Gates or Zuckerberg - or, in Ireland, perhaps Chuck Feeney – might be what come to mind.
However, there is a misconception about the current face of philanthropy. You don’t need to be a billionaire or millionaire to be a philanthropist. You don’t need to be retired, male, creator of a social network, dead or about to die. In fact, you don’t even need...
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