GoPhil strongly believes every child has the right to grow up in a safe and nurturing family environment. So, when TARA reached out to us back in 2017 and asked for our support to develop
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Our Director of Programs, Emily, has compelling insights and updates for you after visiting Cambodia. While in Cambodia, Emily, got the chance to see our partners’ work firsthand, meet with other community-based organizations working
Many factors, including the pandemic, global conflicts, and natural disasters have greatly impacted economies around the world. COVID-19, for example, halted travel for several years, affecting tourism and setting back local economies dependent on
In our recent blog posts, we have been taking an indepth look at GoPhil's key sectors and discussing their importance to our community, their impact on global equity, and how our partners’
As you might have learned from our previous GoPhil’s key sectors blog post on health care, or observed by going through our site, we focus on 3 key sectors of development: health, human rights, and
At GoPhil, our Learning Networks are an opportunity for our leaders from our partner organizations to come together and share their challenges, lessons learned, updates, and ideas. Our most recent network meeting was with
GoPhilanthropic focuses on 3 key sectors of development: health, human rights, and education. We are passionate about these sectors because we believe that focusing on organizations that combat these inequities will
Ready for some great recommendations? A few weeks ago we began reaching out to our community to compile book suggestions for our Summer Reading List. We invite people to contribute to this list because
One of the questions we get asked most often at GoPhilanthropic is how we find and vet new partners. In reality, it’s a long and intensive process to ensure that potential partners and regions
Visiting our partners and seeing their amazing work firsthand is an activity our team members and community regularly enjoyed before the pandemic. This helped us to stay engaged and connected as a community, showing