Donors who appear on the Virtual Philanthropy podcast are invited to shamelessly plug something they are currently supporting or particularly proud of within the sector.
For fellow philanthropic visitors, these can be an opportunity to join philanthropic colleagues in their endeavors.
For nonprofits, the benefits are numerous, anywhere from having an example of the work specific donors support to potential lateral partnerships within the field of operation.
Here are links to what guest donors have chosen to plug:
As plugged by Barbara Waxman of Middlescence:
As plugged by Sarah Miers of the Mulago Foundation:
As plugged by Tessa Zimmerman and Abhinav Khanal of the Little Big Fund:
As plugged by Ken Goody from Dorothea Haus Ross Foundation:
As plugged by Susan Treadwell from Open Society Initiative:
As plugged by Swatee Deepak from With and For Girls:
Website https://www.withandforgirls.org/ on Insta, You Tube and Twitter our handles are @withandforgirls on Facebook its @starsfoundation (just in the process of changing) and our hashtag is #WITHandFORGirls
A recent article in Forbes on 'Girls in the driving seat of philanthropy' https://www.forbes.com/sites/bonniechiu/2019/03/27/girls-in-the-driving-seats-of-philanthropy/#66a7761a2c84
In 2018 we took adolescent girls from around the world to Mexico City to talk about why funding girls is central to human rights. Here is a short video of the girls in Mexico City video on what girls want Funders to know