Monday 14th March, 2011
12:30pm to 1:30pm
My strongest memory of SXSW 2010 was at a rooftop party when the SXSW party goers spontaneously raised $300 toward the purchase of a wheel chair for the nephew of one attendee. The young man was paralyzed temporarily, and the family could not afford a wheel chair.
Many people want to do more than just create a "Killer Ap", they want to impact the greater good. But the media only covers how the rich and successful donate, and it leaves others thinking they have no place in philanthropy. There are so many ways in social media and live to impact charities and individuals in need (not just money).
This panel will bring together three people who help causes in a variety of ways, and show entrepreneurs and others how they can, with minimal effort, make HUGE contributions to society.
Senior Development Director at Dell Children's Medical Center: Taking the smarmy out of fundraising bio from Twitter
Founder of Big Love Little Hearts. Host of 501 Mission Place. Blogging at Adventures In Philanthropy. Give for no reason, love for no reason. bio from Twitter
CEO Entrepreneurs Foundation - disruptive innovation in philanthropy bio from Twitter
Thom Singer is known as The Conference Catalyst. His program will transform the culture at your next business event http://www.conferencecatalyst.com bio from Twitter
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