Greenstein Family Foundation’s Blog
As our community, state, country and the world grapple with the Coronavirus and its destructive ramifications on multiple fronts, I am drawn to the wisdom of one history’s greatest teachers.
Giving is in a tug-of-war between strategy and empathy, but the best kind of philanthropy is one that incorporates both.
The combination of massive wealth accumulation and the growing priority of doing good is creating a proliferation of charities addressing a diverse range of issues. In general, this phenomena is encouraging, but we are fooling ourselves if we believe that every charitable situation is overwhelmingly positive for all.
New approaches to persistent problems may evoke a new dawn for global education This article was originally published on ThriveGlobal An investment in education is not just a monetary commitment, but also an investment in [...]
Philanthropy in the Classroom Degree programs are empowering a generation to take on an ever-changing world This article was originally published on ThriveGlobal.com Attitudes formed and lessons learned in the college years can truly shape our [...]
Last summer we took the family trip of a lifetime – a safari to Kenya and the Dominican Republic of Congo. The benefit we gained from this journey far exceeded the wonderful pictures, captivating stories and extraordinary family bonding.