Recent times have seen a shift back towards sanity, where morals and business are more of a joint effort. Indeed, the world is learning to give more and senior business key players are giving back in big ways. We are currently busy building a beautiful food garden at Songo.info in Kyamandiand last year, we donated over R100 000 worth of clothing, spares andequipment to them as well.
Our question over and over was to say where do we donate,and why are we donating?
Where does this need come from? Most donors say they care about how well charities are achieving the impact they aim to achieve; but most do not seek out research to help them give to effective charities. There is akey missing step here, and when I got to know the team at BoE Private Clients a little better and got to understand their Philanthropy vision a little more intimately, I was astounded to see that there is a vision and a place to give with care, with vision and with gusto.
One thing’s clear – in the drive to make philanthropy more effective, one size definitely doesn’t fit all. This is where their skills and knowledge come to play.
Read a little more here: https://boeprivateclients.nedsecure.co.za/2700d5fb-a903-4834-a10f-da40245bd1be.aspx
There is a freedom that comes with giving freely, kindly and openly. When we are confident in our avenue of giving, we feel empowered because we are making a real difference. BoE Private Clients are not onl yfocused on Philanthropy, but it’s one of their visions for the future for usall. Their vision, after all, simply states:
Our vision is creating prosperity through people and partnerships.