Twenty-five years ago, Evelyn H. Lauder and Dr. Larry Norton recognized the urgent need to eradicate breast cancer. As they sat at the Lauder kitchen table discussing how to achieve their shared dream of a world free of breast cancer, they envisioned the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The first-ever Save the Children Young Patrons Gala on May 18 is all the buzz among young philanthropists and professionals in New York. Tickets can be purchased at savethechildrenypgala.com.
He was the youngest of John D. Rockefeller’s fabled grandchildren—always the baby of their brood—yet he was probably the smartest, most commercially adept, and philanthropically influential of his five siblings.
As technology continues to evolve and reshape our everyday lives, it stands to reason that the world of philanthropy would change along with it. This group of young trailblazers is embracing changing technologies and new business models—in both for- and not-for-profit businesses—that advance altruism in more efficient and transparent ways than ever before.
New York Junior League (NYJL) honored seven volunteers for their service to New York City at its 66th Annual Winter Ball on March 3, at the Pierre Hotel.
The One Love Foundation is a national leader in relationship education, and was set up in 2010 to honor Yeardley Love, a senior at University of Virginia who was beaten to death by her ex-boyfriend just weeks before her graduation.
To improve the productivity and comfort of students at the Luis Muñoz Marin Public School, The Giving Back Foundation has set up a coat drive for the school. With the goal of collecting enough coats for each student to get through this particularly harsh winter season, Gandhi is beckoning Quest readers to participate.