5th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF  CHINA GLOBAL PHILANTHROPY INSTITUTE

5th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF CHINA GLOBAL PHILANTHROPY INSTITUTE

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GPL

Global Philanthropy Leaders Program (GPL)
Being the first philanthropy program targeting China's High Networth Individuals, it aims to gain "philanthropic knowledge" and achieve "philanthropic economy" by using world's top exchange platforms for philanthropists and collaboration with top universities, and to foster philanthropy leaders that have a global vision and pattern and ability to lead the development of the society.
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EMP

Executive Management of Philanthropy (EMP) Program
The Executive Management of Philanthropy (EMP) Program is a leading nonprofit management and philanthropy training program created by the China Global Philanthropy Institute (CGPI). Its mission is to develop visionary leaders who can affect dynamic, innovative social change in China and Greater China.
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Featured Course

Featured Courses
The excellent courses targeting to different audiences are aimed at providing diversified training and exchange platform for philanthropists and upgrading the philanthropy professional level, including Issue Courses, Open Courses, Master Class, Online Courses, Schoolfellow Lectures and CGPI Philanthropy Seminar Series.
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Latest News

What has been the enforcement of the Charitable Act in the past four years? Are there any proposed amendments? Nearly 70 representatives make suggestion
2020/10/29
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Global Trends in Philanthropy
2020/10/14
The next generation will focus on aligning the rest of their financial choices with their philanthropic values. Younger donors will see investing in organisations which damage life as anathema and will punish the brands which do this and migrate towards ethical investments, products and employers alongside their charitable giving.
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The Evolution of Family Philanthropy: The David Rockefeller Fund
2020/10/13
The name Rockefeller often conjures up images of wealth and influence. The founders of Standard Oil and magnates of the banking industry, the family is known worldwide for generations of success in business and politics. However, since 1855 when John D. Rockefeller, Sr. gave his first philanthropic gift, the family has harnessed its name for a far greater legacy—social impact.
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The 2020 First Alxa Philanthropy Culture Forum held, and the CGPI Teaching and Practice Base established
2020/09/29
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Why We Need Social Entrepreneurship
2020/09/29
  But, what about those on the other side of the metaphorical divide? With their enormous talent pools and considerable resources, corporations with philanthropic interests have the capacity to enact considerable social change. However, this is rarely done; after all, a company’s focus is on making money, not a community impact. Moreover, the philanthropic efforts made by corporations are often limited in their scope and meant to look, rather than do, good. In the end, a business intends to make a profit; corporate social responsibility is only one aspect of that overarching mission.

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2020 PLP China-Europe “Change Management and Change Strategy" course in progress
2020/09/28
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