Thursday, November 14

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Philanthropy and the Public Good: Can Spiritual Values Move the Needle?

Reflection Activity
Mind, Body, Soul

On its face a noble mission, philanthropy is under scrutiny as diverse voices ask whether it serves the public good, who gets to define and shape that good, and whether private generosity is the substitute for public justice. These concerns call for deeper reflection and searching conversation by those doing “good” work. Can our moral and spiritual values help us think them through, and what is the impact on our own giving and receiving?

Presented by Lake Institute on Faith & Giving / Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Facilitator
Program Manager at Lake Institute on Faith & Giving
Indiana University at Indianapolis
Facilitator
Lake Institute on Faith and Giving
Indiana University at Indianapolis