The Chronicle of Philanthropy highlights a New York Times article focusing on the growth of Asian American philanthropy.
Asian-Americans who have built fortunes in finance and technology are joining boards and making multimillion-dollar gifts to universities, museums, and other institutions. Groups such as the Korean American Community Foundation and the American India Foundation hold regular fundraising galas, often targeting needs in their homelands or U.S. diaspora communities. Read the Entire Article
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Renowned actor, Hugh Jackman, talks about how he started becoming a fair trade entrepreneur. Jackman is constantly building up ideas and solutions to help small coffee growers get good prices outside the massive coffee industry. His business, Laughing Man Worldwide, reinvests 100% of its profits in its partnerships with farmers.