Trends in Global Philanthropy


FlameMember Only Date: 04/20/2011 Time: 02:30 PM – 04:30 PM Location: The McKnight Foundation, 710 South Second Street, Suite 400 , Minneapolis, MN, 55401 Audience: Community/Public Foundations MCF Member: $20

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Description: Hear about trends in the growing field of global giving from a preeminent expert on the topic.

 

Dr. Carol Adelman’s work has been at the forefront of research on international giving by the private sector.  She developed and now oversees Hudson Institute’s Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances, the first comprehensive compilation of U.S. international private giving to developing countries. 

The Index documents the magnitude of contributions from foundations, corporations, private and voluntary organizations, religious organizations, universities and remittances from individuals, reporting on new and innovative private giving practices and technologies. 

 

Join us to hear her insights and reflect with colleagues on the future of the field.

Facilitator: Kate Mohan, community relations specialist, Target Foundation

Speaker: Dr. Carol Adelman, director, Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute

Dr. Carol Adelman is director of the Center for Global Prosperity (CGP) at Washington, D.C.-based Hudson Institute, where she lectures, writes and advises media on economic growth, foreign aid, global philanthropy and international healthcare issues. She developed and now oversees the main publication of the CGP, the annual Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances, the first comprehensive compilation of U.S. international private giving to developing countries.

Dr. Adelman and Hudson colleagues assist nonprofits and corporations in developing their global philanthropy programs. The center also advises U.S. government and multilateral agencies on the state of U.S. and other countries' philanthropy and remittances abroad.

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