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Kisima Giving and Youth in Philanthropy Dialogue

In South Africa, June is celebrated as Youth Month which is a period of remembering past struggles and reflecting on youth development going forward. In commemoration of the youth, the next instalment of the Kisima Quarterly Dialogue will be hosted under the theme: “Growing Youth Involvement in Philanthropy for a Transformed Society”. We invite you to register to join us as we engage at this commemorative dialogue.

 

Event details

Date: Wednesday, 29 June 2022

Time: 14h00 South Africa time

Venue: In-person at Wits Club, Johannesburg and online via Zoom

 

The Centre of African Philanthropy and Social Investment hosted the first Kisima Quarterly Dialogue on the 28th of April, 2022 with a keynote address by Chancellor of Wits University, Dr Judy Dlamini. The aim of these Dialogues is to demonstrate the numerous ways of giving in different parts of the continent and look at the different expressions of philanthropic forms, types, and practices across Africa.

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The Charles mott foundation

An automotive pioneer, philanthropist, and leader in the community, Charles Stewart Mott cared about innovation, fairness, and communities. By working toward a world where each individual’s quality of life is connected to the well-being of the community, both locally and globally, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation continues this legacy.

A founding funder of the Centre, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation supported the establishment of the Chair and continues to support our programmes.

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