The second wave of COVID-19 wreaked havoc in India. There was a shortage of beds and medicines, and a lack of oxygen supply all around the country. While the Govt did its best to procure vaccines and healthcare equipment, citizens across India came together during this dark period to boost levels of giving across the country and organised themselves to even create new forms of philanthropy.
What distinguishes these forms from the known forms of philanthropy? What benefits do these new forms of philanthropy have to offer to the sector? What are the lessons that philanthropists can take away from such initiatives? What is the current magnitude of India’s philanthropy ecosystem? Join us as we explore such questions and more in our panel discussion on “Jumpstarting Philanthropy”