I helped plan the agenda for 30 visiting Chinese social workers from Guangzhou. The University Of California School of Social Welfare sponsored the visitors for a two-week visit which included lectures, on-site visits to see programs serving low-income people, and site seeing. I met with the group to explain the work of the foundation and gave each person an autographed copy of my book, Grassroots Giving, which is now available in Chinese. China is gearing up to create three million social workers.
- The three most notable characteristics of @pogopark are: its ambition to become a sustainable organization, its pas… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 2 days ago
- RT @sheeo_world: "I think that the seed change that we're seeing right now, it's not just that survivors are speaking, it's that we're list… 2 days ago
- RT @chptr510: @philanthropicvf puts teaching artists in OUSD classrooms. New writing forthcoming from Oakland students who have much to sha… 4 days ago
- RT @amodernalliance: We are proud to announce Modern Alliance – an effort that unites people and organizations across different industries… 1 week ago
- RT @theinformation: Former ‘Mad Men’ writer @katergordon starts nonprofit after alleged harassment from show's creator Matthew Weiner https… 1 week ago