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FUTURE WORLD GIVING: Unlocking the potential of global philanthropy

Author: Adam Pickering
Date: 27.02.2013
Category: Resource Mobilization

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Despite the current economic gloom, long term forecasts for economic growth and levels of individual wealth suggest that in the next two decades millions of people will be lifted from a subsistence lifestyle to one of having a disposable income. The majority of this growth will be seen in the world’s emerging economies, which in many cases do not currently see high levels of charitable giving. This reports examines the potential for these emerging economies to transform their societies through philanthropic action. The reports presents a serious challenge to the global Christian community. How are we going to encourage increased giving that will transform communities?

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Keywords: giving, generosity, global, trends, philanthropy, globalization, wealth, poverty, resource mobilization

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