1880NLINE / Bridging Giving, Healing, and Building: Philanthropic Responses to COVID-19 in Asia-Pacific

By May 27, 2020 No Comments
Philanthropy has proven to be a key role in meeting immediate needs resulting from the coronavirus crisis. From committing funds to donating medical supplies and equipment, philanthropists in Asia-Paficific have been supporting urgent relief. In addition to mitigating short-term challenges, how is philanthropy addressing the longer-term impact of COVID-19? How will the pandemic shape the future of philanthropy?

Laurence Lien Co-Founder & CEO, Asia Philanthropy Circle
Binod Chaudhary Chairman, CG Corp Global
Andrew Forrest Chairman, Fortescue Metals Group and the Minderoo Foundation

Moderated by Rich Ditizio President and COO, Milken Institute

In collaboration with the Milken Institute

Dr. John Park Director of the Korea Project, Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center

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