Episode 3

How can community philanthropy grow organically in a way that serves the community, unlocking its potential? Why do we use the word risk so much in philanthropy? How can family philanthropies involve the next gen meaningfully in their work?

Deval Sanghavi, host of No-Cost Extension Pod sits down with Maya Patel, the CEO of The Tarsadia Foundation, a family philanthropy working both in India and the United States in health and human services, economic empowerment, and education. In 2016, the National Center for Family Philanthropy recognized the Tarsadia Foundation as a model of successful next-generation engagement in philanthropy.

Maya traces her family’s journey from India to Zambia to America, her father’s lifelong desire to help others succeed, and how their approach to giving has changed over the last decade.

To know more about The Tarsadia Foundation visit www.tarsadiafoundation.org or follow them on Twitter.

To know more about the Rebuild India Fund to go www.rebuildindiafund.org.

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This interview was recorded in 2022.
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