Multicultural table: Philanthropy back to the drawing board: self-reflection and transformation in an era of public distrust

Datum en tijd: Dinsdag 21 februari 2023 - 18:00 uur
Locatie: Plein
Titel: Multicultural table: Philanthropy back to the drawing board: self-reflection and transformation in an era of public distrust
Georganiseerd door: Multicultural Table
Spreker(s): Rien van Gendt, Van Gendt Philanthropy Services
 
Programma: 18:00 Drinks at the bar and dinner in the Koepelzaal
19:00 Lecture in the Koepelzaal

Dear Multicultural Table Member, dear friends of the Multicultural Table

 

 We are delighted to inform you that our next lecture will be held on 21st February at 19.00 in the Koepelzaal.

 

Drinks in the bar from 18.00 hours and dinner in the Koepelzaal, as always. 

 

Here is the link to book the dinner: https://forms.office.com/e/cFbiUhzkxM.  The link is open until 16 February at 13:00. 

 

After his career as general director of the Van Leer Foundation, Rien started Van Gendt Philanthropy Services. He is an advisor to a number of families, family offices, companies and social organizations in the Netherlands and abroad. He is also on the board of a number of foundations and social organizations, such as Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (New York), Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisbon) and IMC Weekendschool (Amsterdam). In 2005 he was the first non-American to receive the Distinguished Grantmaker Award in the United States and in 2013 he received the European Philanthropy Compass Prize. 

 

Members are welcome to forward this invitation to a friend or another De Witte member – just please let us know if they will attend

 

Looking forward to seeing you all. 

 

Kind regards 

 

Jutta, Madeleine, Dan and Mauro 

 

 

 Multicultural Table programme for your agendas:   

 

21st March: Aniel Pahladsingh: EU and Dutch migration policies 

18th April: Russell Hollamby: Humour and culture over the decades 

16th May: Pieter de Vos and Mrs Podestà: Developing an international education system, challenges and successes