Global Philanthropists Circle

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"The Global Philanthropists Circle (GPC) is a dynamic network of leading philanthropic families from across the world committed to using their time, influence and resources to fight global poverty and social injustice. Founded in 2001 by Peggy Dulany, Synergos' Chair, and her father, David Rockefeller, the GPC increases the impact of members' philanthropy and allows them to become more effective social investors by offering opportunities for learning and collaboration. Currently, the GPC consists of more than 65 families, including about 250 individual philanthropists from more than 25 countries." [1]

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  1. Synergos Institute Global Philanthropists Circle, organizational web page, accessed September 21, 2012.