Anyone can be a philanthropist

Anyone can be a philanthropist

Phi·lan·thro·py

From philo- “love" + anthropo- “mankind”

Philanthropy isn't reserved for people with millions of dollars to donate... It's for anyone with a "love for mankind". Why not you?
Share YOUR impact now to become an everyday philanthropist!
Kyle Eager

I donated clothes to charity in Mexico.


Victoria Kline

When I eat out, I support local restaurants instead of chain restaurants.


Alena Eaton

I have volunteered my time at a local botanical garden.


Jeanette Perez

I donate to the Red Cross. I donate blood every 56 days.


Ingrid Sangiwa

At this time I’m an Ambassador for a non-profit volunteer and charity organization.


Raymond Ahn

I went to Honduras mission trip to build a water system for the villagers there during college.


Jonathan Beck

I volunteer as a board member for a Grant Making Foundation.


Gabriel Mayrink

As a board member of The Rotary Club Amsterdam International, I help fundraise and provide social services for global and local humanitarian work.


Raymond Ahn

I donate money monthly to Gospel for Asia which is an organization that takes care of widows, orphans, and the lost in Asia.


Nicholas Hutchison

I have spent a lot of time volunteering for my Church including teaching confirmation classes and packaging meals for a local homeless shelter.


Brian Ford

I asked the homeless people outside the grocery store if they needed anything, and bought a few items for them.


Ruben Ruiz

We have provided 20 people housing and food for over 6 months now.


Ashwin Singhal

I have donated about ₹2000 for NGO’s and Non Profit organizations such as the Wikipedia Foundation.


Leslie Arroyo

I purchased shoes from Toms which uses a buy-one-give-one model.


Kavi Jarrott

I don’t use single use plastics (whenever possible).


Regien Medrano

I gave food to the homeless.


Kavi Jarrott

I used to give $40 monthly donations to Oxfam for many years.


Falguni Katira

I buy groceries for an elderly couple in my neighborhood each week.


The 4 Pillars of Impact

You're probably already doing more than you realize! Anyone can make a difference in traditional and non-traditional ways.

1. CHOICES

– Conscious buying

– Environmental sustainability

– Cause Advocacy

Dan Evans
CTO at RecoverX
“I compost, recycle, and drive a scooter to be more sustainable.”

2. PROFESSION

– Conscious Hiring

– Contribution business models

– Effort applied

Melissa Zhang
Journalist
“I create equal opportunity initiatives at work.”

3. RESOURCES

– Giving away goods

– Donating money

– Transferring education

Kiran Kumar
Founder of CrossBow Canada
“I helped raised $600 CAD for an Indian female empowerment movement.”

4. TIME

– Formal volunteerism

– Spending meaningful time

– Local community service

Mike Sherbakov
Founder of Greatness Collective
“I lead house build projects in Mexico.”

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