Philanthropy

Philanthropy

The Ripple Effect

The Voss Foundation aims to provide water and sanitation to deprived African villages but its association with luxury can be problematic. With its designer glass ...
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Sowing the Seeds for Future Generations

Three Michelin starred French chef Yannick Alléno journeys to Madagascar to teach its poor how to cook basic recipes. In less than five years, Yannick ...
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Philanthropy at the Price of a Coffee

Giving as little as $1 can change the world, says media and telecoms magnate Tariq Qureishy. Like many wealthy, successful philanthropists, it was a series ...
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Laying the foundations

Al Jalila Foundation is pioneering medical innovation in the UAE with a new medical research centre in Dubai It promises to put Dubai on the map ...
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Aristocratic Style

Belgian philanthropist Baroness Myriam Ullens de Schooten and her husband, Baron Guy Ullens, are among the world’s biggest owners of Chinese contemporary art. The founder ...
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Not Just A Number

Muna Harib has brought the faces and stories of Syrian refugees to light through her non-profit organisation Breathing Numbers  With the conflict in Syria escalating ...
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Writing the world’s wrongs

With his 90th birthday looming, former US president Jimmy Carter looks back on his troubled term in office and talks to GC about his new ...
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Separating the Wood from the Trees

Swedish-born billionaire Johan Eliasch is on a mission to save the rainforest through his charity Cool Earth Johan Eliasch is a man with many hats. ...
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Doing it Heir Way

GC meets Anna Zegna, co-heir to the famed Italian sartorial family business Ermenegildo Zegna - one of the few independent luxury groups today Achic and ...
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From Hollywood to Hell

The executive director of a Cambodian children’s charity tells how he turned his back on Hollywood and his career as a film executive to devote ...
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The Prodigy of Philanthropy

The founder of the Global Poverty Project attracts big-name celebrities but has been accused of “hashtag activism”  When Hugh Evans began organising this year’s Global ...
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Raising the Stakes

Born and bred in London and a former poker player, 31-year-old Jake Hayman now advises some of the world’s wealthiest business leaders on how to ...
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After the Typhoon

What happens after the devastation of a natural disaster has been cleared? Our special report from the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan sheds ...
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The Business of Giving

Co-founders Anne-Marie Huby and Zarine Kharas of the London based charity JustGiving are using innovative new data tools to target potential fundraisers online "We want ...
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“I have no use for money. This is God’s work.”

Having already given away $28 billion, Bill Gates intends to eradicate polio, with the same drive he brought to Microsoft. William Henry “Bill” Gates is ...
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Federer's Reach

His drive, grace and elegance on and off the tennis court have led many to call him one of the greatest athletes of all time. ...