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Kate and Scott swam effortlessly in the philanthropy and volunteering hot tub of generosity and sharing (in figurative not literal terms). Their deep dive, encouraged by our pointed questions, got to the heart of some of the debates around both of their areas of expertise. 🎧: *New* Spotify | Apple Podcasts | twicepodcast.com | Overcast | Pocket Casts | twice.libsyn.com Episode support from: BizDojo Wellington, Collider Wgtn Show notes and links: Pilsner - Croucher Brewing twice | Talks With Innovators, Creatives & Enterprisers: 40: Met On Tinder Marketing Sulfur City Pilsner - Croucher Brewing Co. - Untappd Federated structures The Generosity Trinities Role of philanthropy in relation to solving inequality One Percent Collective Who gets to decide where that money goes? [Programme evaluation] Generosity evaluation paper mentioned ‘Government wanting to purchase outcomes’ Diversity focus Democratisation of giving The biggest thing we realised in 2017 – PledgeMe – Medium Jonathan Boston | School of Government | Victoria University of Wellington Philanthropy paradox Colonisation from business world to the not for profit world Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand | Forest and Bird Episodic vs open-ended volunteering How volunteering is viewed within and outside organisations People: Kate Frykberg | serving philanthropy and community Kate Frykberg (@katefryk) | Twitter Think Tank Consulting Limited - Kate Frykberg and Dave Moskovitz Te Muka Rau | (Think Tank Charitable Trust) Volunteering New Zealand Team at Volunteering NZ - Volunteering New Zealand shade guevara (@bo_recka) | Twitter David Binstead: Twitter @david_binstead twice | Talks With Innovators, Creatives & Enterprisers: Twitter @twicepodcast | Instagram @twicepodcast — Listen/subscribe: Apple Podcasts | *New* Spotify | Overcast | twicepodcast.com | Pocket Casts | twice.libsyn.com Twice | talks with innovators creatives and enterprisers making positive dents on society. Sharing tightly edited conversation, stories, learns and journeys to now. #69: Generosity Trinity with Kate and Scott on philanthropy and volunteering | Hosted, independently produced, and ©43words/David Binstead 2018, all rights reserved. Carefully crafted in Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand. 2015- Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Patreon | Facebook
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