📅 International Effective Giving Day 🌐

A free online giving you the chance to hear from some of the world's most eminent thinkers in . Keynote address: Nobel Laureate Professor . Supported by the world’s leading organizations in effective philanthropy and charity evaluation. Also featuring: Johannes Ackva (Climate Lead Founders Pledge), Leah Edgerton (Executive Director Animal Charity Evaluators), Neil Buddy Shah (Managing Director, ).

Nov 30 2020 @ 18:45 CET


🇪🇸 + Juan García (Allfed):
«Alternativas alimentarias en caso de catástrofe global»

“I recognise that I can use part of my income to do a significant amount of good. Since I can live well enough on a smaller income, I pledge that for the rest of my life or until the day I retire, I shall give at least ten percent of what I earn to whichever organisations can most effectively use it to improve the lives of others, now and in the years to come. I make this pledge freely, openly, and sincerely.”


I love the movement because people and organisations around it are focusing on what is really, really important — with an analytical mindset.
Often their ideas are so simple and powerful that I feel they would be pages of a hypothetical book entitled “Instructions for ”.
A recent example:

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