PHILANTHROPY PROJECT: Ground Breaking Initiatives

Posted: December 8, 2009 in Community Outreach
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Philanthropy Project is an exciting, ambitious nonprofit initiative funded by the John Templeton Foundation (www.templeton.org). Our mission is to enhance America’s culture of generosity by inspiring and enabling every man, woman, and child to become a philanthropist. Philanthropy Project is funding three groundbreaking initiatives:

  • A) An inspiring, philanthropy-themed, family-friendly motion picture that is being produced in partnership with Anonymous Content in Hollywood;
  • B) A Web TV channel in partnership with AOL that aspires to be the #1 destination on the Internet for all things related to American philanthropy;
  • C) A Filmanthropy Scholarship Competition that is being held at six of America’s top-ranked film schools.

Click on the following link to learn more about PHILANTHROPY PROJECT. http://news.aol.com/philanthropy

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  1. Thanks for sharing your article on philanthropy! The film inspired philanthropy project will definitely reach many individuals! Very interesting!

    I’m working with a group called OneVietnam Network to develop a philanthropy network in Vietnam and around the world Check out our blog http://talk.onevietnam.org or http://OneVietnam.org. One Vietnam Network’s mission is to connect and organize the people and groups seeking to make Vietnam a better place to learn, work, and live.

    OneVietnam Network is the first online network for Vietnamese expatriates and nonprofits. OneVietnam lets you complete micro-tasks or make micro-donations for a cause in Vietnam that you’re passionate about at a click of a button. These micro-opportunities are quick, tangible, and finite. It’s as easy as texting.

    Combining the strengths of social media technology and nonprofit programs, OneVietnam is building a community that makes it easier to start giving back. 3 million people of the Vietnamese expatriate community can connect and take action to improve the lives of people in Vietnam on one network.

    Thanks for sharing this and I can wait to read more about different causes on your site! šŸ™‚

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