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For the millennial generation, which was raised amidst an influx of information and calls to action, choosing where to give their resources can seem especially daunting. This, paired with the simultaneous surges of digital engagement and social isolation, has millennials looking for ways to make an impact and get connected.
In 2016, seasoned development professional and Amplifier Incubator alumnus Muhi Khwaja noticed that his Muslim American community was lacking philanthropic infrastructure. So, Muhi launched the American Muslim Community Foundation.
When Tribe 12 added giving circles to its educational model in 2016, its young leaders began demonstrating that giving circles definitely belong in young leadership development.
Through giving circles, Tribe 12 has taught important leadership skills while donating nearly $7,000 to 5 social ventures
With training from the Giving Circle Quickstart, Becca Flyer and Lauren Gross teamed up, gathered their friends, and donated $1,757.
How would a collaborative philanthropic subscription service fare? Amy Schilit Benarroch put that question to the test.