African Charity Group Creates New Philanthropy Forum


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African philanthropists establish a new African Philanthropy Forum to expand strategic philanthropy in Africa.

The new forum is an affiliate of the San Francisco-based Global Philanthropy Forum which gathers society and business leaders and celebrities together in an assembly of philanthropic discussions. The forum will serve as a platform where philanthropists share their stories of how they got started.

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