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Giving game. December 9, 2013. Presented by Jon Behar Director of Philanthropy Education at The Life You Can Save. " Every genuine experience of moral doubt and perplexity in which we ask 'What should I do?' takes place in a situation where good conflicts with good."

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giving game

Giving game

December 9, 2013

Presented by Jon Behar

Director of Philanthropy Education at The Life You Can Save

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"Every genuine experience of moral doubt and perplexity in which we ask 'What should I do?' takes place in a situation where good conflicts with good."

Charles Johnson, Notes on a Personal Philosophy of Life

how will this giving game work
How will this Giving Game work?
  • Learn about three of The Life You Can Save’s top recommended charities
  • Group discussion about which is the best giving opportunity
  • Vote on where to donate $1,000 in real money
    • First place: $600
    • Second place: $300
    • Third place $100
  • Who’s sponsoring the donation
    • The Life You Can Save, a non-profit dedicated to spreading awareness of what we can all do to fight global poverty
    • Members of the local community
who is a philanthropist
Who is a philanthropist?

“A philanthropist is anyone who gives anything—time, money, experience, skills, and networks—in any amount, to create a better world.”

Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen

Author of Giving 2.0

Founder and Board Chairman of Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society

styles of giving
Styles of Giving
  • Reactive giving
    • In response to a direct request
    • Single most common reason why people give
  • Proactive giving
    • Giving designed to achieve a particular goal
    • Requires reflection as to what you want to achieve
personal best a way to do better
Personal best- a way to do better
  • Why it works
    • Expands our comfort zones
    • Sets ambitious goals, but realistic ones
  • How it can be applied to giving
    • Gathering more information to make our decisions
    • Challenging ourselves to give more, or give more effectively
    • Taking more time to enjoy the satisfaction of giving
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Fistula Foundation believes no woman should endure a life of misery and isolation simply for trying to bring a child into this world.

what is a fistula
What is a fistula?

Obstetric fistulais a childbirth injury caused by prolonged, unrelieved obstructed labor that renders a woman incontinent – an injury that can only be treated through surgery.

what happens when there s no doctor
What happens when there’s no doctor?
  • More than 75% of women with fistula have endured labor lasting three days or more.
  • Their babies likely die, and they are often left with a fistula which renders them incontinent
the 21 st century s lepers
The 21st Century’s Lepers

“Maternal health is woefully neglected and those suffering fistulas are completely voiceless – young, female, poor, rural, and ostracized. They are the 21st century’s lepers.”

Nicholas Kristof

The New York Times

still a widespread problem
Still a widespread problem
  • Up to half a million women suffer from fistula
  • Tens of thousands of new cases each year
  • Less than half of new cases are treated
  • Fistula is most prevalent in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia
the fistula foundation s role
The Fistula Foundation’s role
  • Started by supporting Ethiopian hospital with 90% successful surgery rate
  • Surgeries to repair fistula cost only ~$450
  • Partners with and funds local health care professionals after rigorous screening
  • Now working in 19 countries in Asia and Africa
what program for school age kids could
What program for school-age kids could…
  • Reduce school absenteeism by 25%
  • Lead to 4% more total years of schooling
  • Give participants a 6% higher likelihood of reporting being in “very good” health as young adults
  • Over the long-term, increase adult wage earnings by 23%
the facts about worms
The facts about worms
  • Small parasitic worms live in peoples’ intestines and urinary tracts
  • Worm infections lead to anemia and malnourishment
  • 300 million people suffer severe illness, and over half are school aged children.
the solution de worming at schools
The solution: de-worming at schools
  • Thorough coverage reaches entire generations
  • One treatment addresses many of the most problematic diseases
  • Well-tested, well-understood intervention
all for spare change literally
All for spare change. Literally.
  • The total cost per child is less that 50 cents per year!
  • Rated as a “best buy” in both education and health
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GiveDirectly is focused exclusivelyon giving to the poorest possiblehouseholds at the lowest possiblecost.
how does it work
How does it work?
  • You donate through their website.
  • They locate poor households in Kenya.
  • Your donation is transferred electronically to a recipient's cell phone.
  • The recipient uses the transfer to pursue his or her own goals.
impact
Impact
  • Households can use the money for whatever is most important to them.
  • Common uses include:
    • installing a tin roof
    • buying food
  • Paying education and medical expenses
  • starting or expanding businesses (e.g.rearing chickens, or vending goods)
where does the money go
Where does the money go?
  • Total of $1,000 over one to two years per recipient household, or $200 per household member for the average household.
  • Grants sized to be well-understood, and fair.
discussion about who to give to
Discussion about who to give to

Fistula Foundation?

Deworm the World?

Give Directly?