Perfect match: charitable foundations and the key to long term impact

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.

16/08/2017

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Victor Dahdaleh Foundation proud to support mesothelioma research


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Paper into Mesothelioma Research published in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine


Delighted to see that a paper into the outcome of the MiST 1 work in mesothelioma research, part funded by Victor Dahdaleh Foundation, was recently published in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine. It is encouraging to see positive news in this specialist area of research and the benefits of an innovative trials approach. Full details of […]

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Online reception celebrates success of CCSF Scholarship Recipients including Victor Dahdaleh Foundation Scholars


Victor and Mona Dahdaleh were delighted to attend a recent Canadian Centennial Scholarship Fund (CCSF) online reception to celebrate the success of CCSF Scholarship recipients. The two latest Victor Dahdaleh Foundation Scholars for the 2020/21 academic year, Rebecca Clark (studying for a PhD in Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical […]

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