Opinion: The Cure for Miserable Millionaires “Who would be crazy enough to live like this?” I wondered, tiptoeing through the maze of single-person tents. These volunteers, who came from every corner of the globe, were truly roughing it.
Enhancing the lives of children and families.
The Radcliffe Foundation supports a wide variety of local initiatives aimed at educating young people and helping people who face disadvantages. These initiatives include the Boys Club Network in Vancouver (which offers at-risk youth face-to-face mentorship); Frank Giustra Business Scholarships (which assist deserving students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business program at Douglas College); the Sarah McLachlan School of Music (offering after-school music education at no cost to under-served kids in Vancouver); and Queen Elizabeth Scholars (supporting young entrepreneurs, public servants, community leaders, and academics).
The International Crisis Group is pleased to announce the selection of two young regional experts for the second round of appointments to our Giustra Fellowships.
NEWS: Today, All Hands and Hearts – Smart Response announced they will be entering Puerto Rico to begin rebuild efforts after the devastation caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The international disaster relief organization has initially committed to working in the area through at least 2019. The commitment to Puerto Rico is made possible by a donation of US $400,000 from The Radcliffe Foundation, led by international philanthropist Frank Giustra, who saw the needs first-hand while visiting Puerto Rico this week with All Hands and Hearts Co-Founder and Vice Chair, Petra Nemcova.