In Transparency Talk
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Eye On: Airbnb Co-Founders Jeff Gebbia, Nathan Blecharczyk, and Brian Chesky
Still relatively new to philanthropy, Airbnb’s co-founders acknowledge they are taking their time to give away their wealth. However, openness is at the heart of the sharing economy, and Giving Pledgers Jeff Gebbia, Nathan Blecharczyk, and Brian Chesky understand a public expectation of openness in philanthropy exists.
New Online Portal Opens Up Ocean Conservation Philanthropy
Ocean conservationists and their supporters can now easily track funding for marine protection activities through a new online portal, FundingtheOcean.org. The site aims to break down knowledge barriers and democratize access to critical information needed to drive ocean conservation philanthropy worldwide by centralizing access to essential data, resources, and tools.
Looking Inside Innovation Funding
Exploring the Intersection of Problem-Solving, Technology & Design
In this blog series, we asked experts to reflect on trends, lessons,
and practices in the growing field of innovation grantmaking.
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