Thursday Nov 03, 2022
Thursday Nov 03, 2022
Thursday Nov 03, 2022
Philanthropy has the power to strengthen communities and the economy while also addressing social challenges. For some, giving is embedded in their DNA. For others, it is more about timing. So, where does one begin?
In this episode entitled, “Stories and Lessons in Philanthropy” Oppenheimer’s Brian Werdesheim explores best practices and the challenges among givers today, sheds light on social impact investing, and uncovers how to instill the values of philanthropy in young people.
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