“Philanthropy as Social Investment” – conference at the Institute for Law and Philanthropy

“Philanthropy as Social Investment” – conference at the Institute for Law and Philanthropy

//“Philanthropy as Social Investment” – conference at the Institute for Law and Philanthropy

“Philanthropy as Social Investment” – conference at the Institute for Law and Philanthropy

We were happy to participate at the at TAU (ILP).
According to Dafna Meitar Nechmad founder of ILP and a member of Committed to Give “We can do Philanthropy alone, however it is much more effective to do it together”. Noam Lautman, a member of Committed to Give added that partnerships help to make the whole greater than its parts and enable leveraging of social investments 20 times a single philanthropic foundation.
The conference presented trends, aspects and recent studies on social giving today while observing Israeli philanthropy. Including the necessity of establishing a database of Israeli philanthropy and regulatory aspects such as tax policy for social investment.

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