For the modern philanthropist, making a lasting difference means more than simply making large donations. Victor Dahdaleh writes for Civil Society on the growing role of private foundations in bringing together a range of stakeholders and acting as catalysts for additional funding – including matching by government. For the full article, see here.
It is a special year for my country. In this month 150 years ago, the nation that brought us the light bulb, insulin, the walkie-talkie, Donald Sutherland and peanut butter, was formed. In July 1867, the British North America Act merged four former British colonies into a single new country: Canada. Since then, the two […]
Victor Dahdaleh With so much uncertainty in the global economy today, giving young people every extra chance to succeed is more important than ever before. I believe passionately that the best and most hardworking students should have the opportunity to pursue higher education regardless of their life circumstances. This is where scholarship programmes can change […]