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Scaling Philanthropy for India's Social Transformation
Mr. Ashok Alexandar, Founder - Director, Antara Foundation,
Mr. Kartik Kilachand, Chairman, EduSynch & Co-Founder, IIT-IIT,
Mr. Ruyintan (Ron) Mehta, Exec. Director, WIN Foundation
Mr. Arjun Malhotra, Co-Founder, HCL & Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI),
Mr. Ashank Desai, Founder & Chairman Mastek Ltd & Majesco Inc
Traditionally not-for-organizations have depended primarily on institutional grants or other forms of charitable giving. However, a new generation of philanthropists prefers to "invest for social impact" rather than to "donate for charity". They are active donors whose role surpasses that of check writers. They leverage their resources to achieve social change that is both scalable and sustainable. As a result, their contribution is meant to go beyond providing temporary "band-aid" solutions and work toward the 'eradication' of a disease, hunger, or poverty and to achieve measurable social goals.
Objectives for the webinar:
1. Models for scaling up charitable efforts, especially with COVID-pandemic experiences.
2. Building organizational structures for delivering services: Collaborating with multiple NGOs.
3. Strategies for fundraising for scaling Social Transformation.
4. Strategies for recruiting and training volunteers and service personnel.
5. Roles and responsibilities of the Board of Non-profit organizations Post COVID.
Please join us on Friday October 9th 2020, from 10am to 11:30am (US EST), 7:30pm to 9pm (IST) to participate in a lively discussion.
Upon registration, you may send your questions in advance to [email protected]. Attendees will also be able to post their questions during the webinar. You can join the webinar 15 min early (i.e. 9:45 AM ET OR 7:15 PM IST) to watch the slide show on WGF activities and related project's videos. Past webinars have stressed the importance of collaboration among NGOs to scale operations and increase the impact. For more information visit: www.wheelsglobal.org