Philanthropy And Foreign Policy Panel

Philanthropy And Foreign Policy Panel

Global Philanthropy Group Video
Trevor Neilson, president of the Global Philanthropy Group, leads a panel discussion on philanthropy and foreign policy featuring Jane Wales, President of the Global Philanthropy Forum and Carol Adelman, Director of the Center for Global Prosperity.

Stars Get Strategy For Grassroots Support

Stars Get Strategy For Grassroots Support

Feature on Global Philanthropy Group in Variety
Global Philanthropy Group announced a groundbreaking partnership with New Partners Consulting, a political consulting firm that designs and executes innovative grassroots advocacy campaigns that get results including President Obama’s Iowa campaign, to provide grassroots organizing strategies to philanthropists.

Shakira Returns To Her Roots

Shakira Returns To Her Roots

Quote by Trevor Neilson for BBC Radio
Trevor Neilson, president of the Global Philanthropy Group, featured in the BBC’s profile of internationally renowned recording artist and philanthropist Shakira.

A Philanthropy Strategy For President Obama

A Philanthropy Strategy For President Obama

By Trevor Neilson for The Huffington Post
"Faced with the greatest set of challenges of any new President in recent history, President-Elect Obama will need unprecedented support – and flexibility – from the non-profit sector as he works to implement his agenda."

For Hollywood, The Action’s In D.C.

For Hollywood, The Action’s In D.C.

Quote by Trevor Neilson in Variety
Trevor Neilson, president of the Global Philanthropy Group, who helped create Bono’s humanitarian org, says such efforts will prove more difficult without a singular figure around whom to rally.  “Without an iconic leader, it is very hard to develop a distinct brand and a distinct call to action.”

Most Of Clinton’s Charitable Donations Went To Family Foundation

Most Of Clinton’s Charitable Donations Went To Family Foundation

Quote by Trevor Neilson in The Washington Post
Trevor Neilson, president of the Global Philanthropy Group, which advises wealthy clients on philanthropic strategy, said he is not surprised by the Clintons’ approach to charity. “The most important asset that Bill Clinton has is not his personal checkbook,” Neilson said. “It’s his ability to create sweeping change by getting people to do things that they don’t want to do for the good of the world.”