Philanthropy

  • Philanthropy | March 19, 2021

    Join me. Join the movement.

    Give a garden or grow a garden. Together we are going to do some great things.

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  • Philanthropy | June 26, 2020

    Quarantine Recipes: West African Chicken Curry

    If I were on a desert island and offered only one bag of groceries, it would include canned tomatoes, pasta, olive oil and a couple of jars of peanut butter (no bread needed). 

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  • Philanthropy | April 17, 2020

    Feeding the Vulnerable in a Time of Pandemic

    In the book, Sapiens, historian Yuval Noah Harari says the secret to humans’ survival as a species is “large-scale flexible cooperation.”

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  • Philanthropy | December 02, 2019

    The Gift of Hope

    Hope, opportunity, positive mentorship and education

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  • Philanthropy | July 23, 2019

    Feeding Venezuelan Refugees in Colombia

    As with most everyone I know, I have never experienced hunger...

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  • Philanthropy | May 01, 2019

    How Yemen has benefitted from the work of International Crisis Group

    It’s my view that securing peace is the prerequisite for addressing any other social need.

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  • Philanthropy | April 26, 2019

    Inside My Heart: From Screening Room to Classroom

    Why our film is being offered for free as an educational tool.

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  • Philanthropy | April 18, 2019

    Ignorance and Fear Fuel Arson in Athens

    The vandals tried to silence a strong voice defending human rights.

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  • Philanthropy | April 03, 2019

    Helping Farmers Help Themselves

    We are creating a world-class model that will improve countless lives around the world.

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