Philanthropy

  • 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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  • Philanthropy | December 05, 2018

    VIDEO: Inside My Heart and the Global Refugee Crisis

    In 2015, I stood on a beach in Greece helping terrified and near-frozen refugees as they lurched out of a flimsy plastic boat filled with water. For them, this moment was one more step away from a devastating conflict that had ripped apart their world.

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  • Philanthropy | December 04, 2018

    The Cure for Miserable Millionaires

    “Who would be crazy enough to live like this?” I wondered, tiptoeing through the maze of single-person tents. These volunteers, who came from every corner of the globe, were truly roughing it.

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