Geoff Harris on why he gives
Geoff Harris’ philanthropy is guided by the philosophy, “there’s no point being the richest man in the cemetery”. By Nicole Richards.
# Reference: 2012 Workplace Study conducted by Future Workplace LLC.
i Fundraising by raising small amounts from large groups of people.
ii Using your social group to give funds on your behalf.
iii Lending small amounts of money to people in need.
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