Philanthropy

  • 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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  • Philanthropy | March 20, 2019

    Let's Hear it for the Boys

    Of all my philanthropic endeavours, I get the most joy from this one.

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  • Philanthropy | February 27, 2019

    Giustra Fellowship a ‘Life-Changing’ Experience for Central African Analyst

    "I hope to have a greater impact. It makes me satisfied. That is what makes me happy," says Tanda Theophilus.

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  • Philanthropy | February 13, 2019

    A Truly Canadian Welcome for 5 Refugee Families

    Many of the children in the room were born in refugee camps and, until arriving in Canada, had never lived in anything but mud huts or tents.

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  • Philanthropy | January 31, 2019

    A Simple Plan: Spreading the Gospel of Private Refugee Sponsorship

    All it took was a three-minute conversation on the phone.

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  • Philanthropy | January 15, 2019

    VIDEO: The Cost of War

    Once you have peace, you can start addressing some of the other problems in the world. 

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  • Philanthropy | December 05, 2018

    Living Like You Are About to Die

    We have all heard the stories about people who have had near-death experiences or from those that are terminally ill. Their view of the world changes. They seem to care less about ego or material things and more about love and compassion.

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  • Philanthropy | December 05, 2018

    Why I Chose to Stop Giving Anonymously

    In my hometown of Vancouver, someone recently gave the B.C. Cancer Foundation $18.35 million and didn’t want any credit for it. It was an anonymous gift.

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