Project Pengyou is excited to share an opportunity to attend Philanthropy in Motion‘s “Innovation for Impact”, a conference on creating cross-sector solutions to long-standing social issues.
The two-day event will be held at the Yale Center Beijing Aug 11-12. With over 25 speakers, including Travis Tanner, President of the US-China Strong Foundation, it’s a great opportunity for any Pengyous in Beijing looking to learn more about philanthropy. A few of our Project Pengyou Leadership Fellows have been very involved with Philanthropy in Motion.
Read on below for more information about the event:
“Innovation for Impact,” is a two-day conference which focuses on creating cross-sector solutions to long-standing social issues. Philanthropy in Motion (PIM) and Yale Center Beijing proudly invite you to come hear from over 25 thought-leaders and practitioners at the nexus of philanthropy, technology, government, and the private sector.
The conference is the culmination of a summer long program, Model Foundation (an international summer program on venture philanthropy and social innovation), which develops the skills and networks of young people to become effective change-makers and leaders in their community. Over the summer, participants have the opportunity to engage in discussions and be mentored by top leaders in the field as they manage a 20,000 USD fund to support a portfolio of impactful social organizations.
All students, young professionals, and young leaders are encouraged to attend!
August 11, 2016: Innovation for Impact
August 12, 2016: Mission Driven Careers
Registration & Payment
Ticket (Each Session):
Purchase in advance: RMB 30 for students; RMB 60 for all others.
Purchase at the door: RMB 100.
*Lunch will be provided for RMB 100.
For the full list of speakers and topics and to register, please visit the event page.
About Philanthropy in Motion (PIM)
PIM provides young people with the funds, training, and networks to become intelligent givers. It is founded by a team of graduates from Yale, Harvard, Cornell, and Peking University.
Using the philanthropic education model developed at Yale and other leading American universities as a basis, we design programs that allow young people to converge in forums to evaluate and allocate crowd-funded donations to China-based NGOs.