Not All Philanthropies Are Universally Appealing

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.

2020-04-19T21:56:37+00:00December 27th, 2018|Philanthropy|0 Comments

When a Trip of a Lifetime Takes a Deeper Meaning

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.

2018-01-25T15:47:24+00:00January 25th, 2018|Advice, Philanthropy, World|0 Comments

Keeping it Local: Philanthropy Must Start at Home

There will always be global issues and disasters to passionately support on a temporary and permanent basis, but they shouldn’t be at the exclusion of local demands. It is hard to fix the world if someone can’t first fix their own home.

2018-01-10T14:22:38+00:00December 20th, 2017|Philanthropy|0 Comments