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Give2Asia Hosts Discussion on Philanthropy in China & U.S.

December 2, 2009

By By Dien Yuen

On November 3, Give2Asia in partnership with The Asia Foundation hosted leaders from the private philanthropy sector in China and the U.S. to share experiences and discuss recent trends in philanthropy.

The visit was part of a week-long program organized by Mercy Corps China’s Social Innovator Leadership program to engage with the future leaders of China through open dialogues. The delegation visited philanthropic groups in Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C., with the Bay Area their last stop. Representatives of the delegation included trustees and directors from the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation, Beijing Western Sunshine Rural Development Foundation, Sun Yafang Foundation, Vantone Foundation, Beijing Ren Ai Charity Foundation, China Social Entrepreneur Foundation, Huaxia Center for Economic and Social Development Research, XinPing Foundation, and Nonprofit Incubator (NPI).

Visit Give2Asia’s website to read more.

Related locations: China
Related programs: International Cooperation


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