The Importance of Philanthropy

| November 13, 2017

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Physician describes how philanthropy is essential to reaching the institution’s aspirations plus how good it is for the patient who has given back.People typically use the words philanthropy and charity interchangeably. Although both terms describe helping others and also giving money to help, there is an important difference.

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Naandi Foundation

Naandi, which in Sanskrit means a new beginning; is one of the largest and fastest growing social sector organisations in India working to make poverty history. Founded in 1998; our aim is to eradicate poverty . We also have a research arm that takes up action researches and other field based trials to check out innovations and their potential to positively influence policy. Our ideology revolves around building sustainable models within the social sector that deliver critical services efficiently and equitably to underserved communities.

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