Friday, May 25, 2012

Becoming an International Humanitarian Incubator

A date to get on your calendars early:

According to, Indianapolis is poised to become a truly international city, both by the involvement of Hoosiers in projects all over the world, and by the participation of young professionals from across the world who come to Indianapolis for education and engagement.

We are drawing on a diversity of ethnic, religious, and cultural resources to develop fresh approaches to making a difference for global impact.

A dynamic network of these young leaders, led by students from China, will lead a discussion of how philanthropy is impacting their home countries and their own careers, and how Indianapolis can foster international philanthropy as an integral part of emerging onto the global stage.

It takes place at 7 p.m. 18 October at Christian Theological Seminary, 1000 West 42nd Street, Indianapolis and is sponsored by the China Philanthropy Leadership Initiative, the Center for Interfaith Cooperation, and Christian Theological Seminary.

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