‘Give smart’ approach to philanthropy
The new type of philanthropist is not only interested in giving money, but has a plan for making social impact and is willing to invest time and expertise toward achieving it
Philanthropy is a personal choice," says Zarina Screwvala, who along with her husband Ronnie Screwvala, founded SHARE in 1986 with the aim of empowering rural India. In 2012, the organization was renamed Swades Foundation, and the couple began playing a more active role in philanthropy. “We want to give, not just money, but our own time; we want to give our energy, expertise, our everything."