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GoNews: Latest Updates2019-07-10T21:47:24-06:00

LONGTERM SUSTAINABLE CHANGE TAKES PLACE AT THE GRASSROOTS.

Insight to GoPhil’s Key Sectors: Why Human Rights?

September 6th, 2022|Categories: AVANI Women & Child Rights India, Blue Dragon Vietnam, Child Rescue Nepal, COVID-19, EntreMundos Guatemala, Equal Community Foundation India, Featured, Free to Shine Cambodia, Maji Moto Kenya, Shakti Shalini India, SPID-SMS India, Tara Homes for Children India, Vikalp Sansthan India|

In our recent blog posts, we have been taking an indepth look at GoPhil's key sectors and discussing their importance to our

Insight to GoPhil’s Key Sectors: Why Education?

July 30th, 2022|Categories: Aula Mágica Guatemala, AVANI Women & Child Rights India, Blue Dragon Vietnam, Children's Educational Foundation Vietnam, Collaborative Schools Network, Comunidad La Esperanza Guatemala, COVID-19, EntreMundos Guatemala, Equal Community Foundation India, Free to Shine Cambodia, HUSK Cambodia, Journeys Within Our Community, Laos Educational Opportunities Trust, Maji Moto Kenya, PEPY Cambodia, PHASE Nepal, Shakti Shalini India, Tara Homes for Children India, Uncategorized, Vikalp Sansthan India|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

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

Insight to GoPhil’s Key Sectors: Why Health Care?

July 8th, 2022|Categories: EntreMundos Guatemala, Laos Educational Opportunities Trust, PHASE Nepal, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

GoPhilanthropic focuses on 3 key sectors of development: health, human rights, and education. We are passionate about these sectors because we

GoPhil Partner Visits: Seeing our Nepali Partners in action!

April 5th, 2022|Categories: Child Rescue Nepal, Collaborative Schools Network, COVID-19, Featured, Funding Gaps, GoNews, PHASE Nepal, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Visiting our partners and seeing their amazing work firsthand is an activity our team members and community regularly enjoyed before the pandemic. This helped

Partner Highlights: Changemakers fighting for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment

March 7th, 2022|Categories: AVANI Women & Child Rights India, Blue Dragon Vietnam, Child Rescue Nepal, EntreMundos Guatemala, Equal Community Foundation India, Featured, Free to Shine Cambodia, GoNews, Maji Moto Kenya, Partner Programs, Shakti Shalini India, SPID-SMS India, Uncategorized, Vikalp Sansthan India|Tags: , , , , , |

International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month both take place in March - giving us the opportunity to reflect on how far we have

Reflecting on GoPhil’s 10 year journey, as we start a new chapter in 2022

February 12th, 2022|Categories: COVID-19, GoNews, Uncategorized, Video|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Over 10 years ago, GoPhilanthropic Foundation was founded through the combined efforts of Lydia Dean, Linda DeWolf, and Tracey Morrell. Their aim was to

GoPhil’s Rapid Response Fund: A year of global impact throughout the COVID-19 crisis

October 18th, 2021|Categories: ASSADE Guatemala, Aula Mágica Guatemala, AVANI Women & Child Rights India, Centro Maya Guatemala, Child Rescue Nepal, COVID-19, HUSK Cambodia, Journeys Within Our Community, Partner Programs, PEPY Cambodia, PHASE Nepal, Shakti Shalini India, SPID-SMS India, Tara Homes for Children India, Uncategorized, Vikalp Sansthan India|Tags: , , , , |

In April 2020, we launched our Rapid Response Fund (RRF) to support the immediate needs of our partners as they responded to crises on the

Launching the Guatemala Learning Network: Setting the foundation for a healthy forest

September 29th, 2021|Categories: ASSADE Guatemala, Aula Mágica Guatemala, Centro Maya Guatemala, COVID-19, EntreMundos Guatemala, Equal Community Foundation India, Partner Programs|Tags: , , |

"Whenever we listen to our true selves and give it the care it requires, we do it not only for ourselves but for all the

GoPhilanthropic Foundation and PEPY Empowering Youth work together to #ShiftThePower in philanthropy and development!

August 12th, 2021|Categories: GoNews, PEPY Cambodia, Popular|

Linda DeWolf (GoPhil Co-founder), Emily Bild (GoPhil Director of Programs) and Rith Sarakk (former Executive Director of PEPY Empowering Youth) were very fortunate to be

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