Giving U is all about “smart philanthropy” – how to contribute to the charities and causes we care about and how to do it in a way that’s most effective.
One way to do this is by engaging with our communities on a personal level by volunteering our time, sharing our knowledge, sharing ourselves!
And here’s how we can do it:
What are you waiting for? Join in the *fun* of philanthropy!
InsideView’s Women Who Lunch participants are encouraged to cast their vote for their favorite nonprofit to receive a percentage of my profits from the books sold during the Nov. 18th lunch.
Voting remains open through end of business Wednesday, Nov. 26. Vote today!
Last Saturday was the 30th Annual International Coastal Clean-Up Day—the world’s largest volunteer effort to clean up our oceans and waterways.
648,015 volunteers in 92 countries picked up trash. Here’s the list of Top 10 countries:
A benefit of my REI partnership is that in LA, San Francisco and Sacramento I participated in a volunteer days with REI members working with local land conversation groups.
That’s why I found myself one bright Sunday morning high in the hills of Auburn….
Youth volunteering is on the rise with 55% of 13-18 year olds contributing to their local communities.
Meet some of these young Adventure Philanthropists and hear why they’re rolling up their sleeves to help out…
Below is an accounting of my 2014 charitable giving.
One lesson I learned this past year is that how we choose to give is truly as important as how much we give.
Water is one of the most pressing issues in the world today –that’s why I’ve chosen Drop in the Bucket as the beneficiary of my Project for Awesome!
Drop in the Bucket is a nonprofit organization that has built nearly 100 wells in East Africa. These wells provide clean, safe … read more!