Young Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs Support Arts and Cultural Endeavors through Result-Oriented Platforms


Wealthy young entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area are giving back to society through results-driven platforms instead of the usual fundraising philanthropy to support arts and cultural ventures.

According to the East Bay Express weekly newspaper, these young well-off entrepreneurs focus more on atypical projects that considerably impact the social and economic changes this side of Northern California.

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