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Panel 1 - Why Are We Here? What are the Issues and Challenges?

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Published on Dec 14, 2011

Inaugural Bipartisan Congressional Conference on Innovation in Giving and Philanthropy

The pace of global change is rapid. Communities are increasingly empowered globally. Information flows seamlessly and in real time. Complex problems are broadly global and deeply local. Populations are aging, and a new generation of young leaders is emerging, with its eyes on innovation. Young entrepreneurs are changing the way products, services, and markets are conceived and conveyed. New wealth seeks new ideas for its giving. Change is the new normal—so philanthropy itself is changing. Traditional charity continues as it must, but new ways of harnessing leadership and finance to solve social problems are being applied. We are at The End of Definitions.

- Susan Raymond, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Changing Our World, Inc.

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