Prince's prize for innovative philanthropy goes to Project C.U.R.E
The Prince's Prize Winner for Innovative Philanthropy is Dr. Douglas Jackson, President, and CEO of Project C.U.R.E.
By: Project C.U.R.E.
The Prince's Prize for Innovative Philanthropy is a global initiative jointly developed by The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and The Tocqueville Foundation. Its goal is to highlight projects and initiatives that have triggered innovative activity in the field of philanthropy, seeking out individuals and organizations that inspire others and demonstrate a strong impact or potential impact.
The Prize for Innovative Philanthropy results from HSH Prince Albert of Monaco's close involvement in the Prince's Roundtable on Philanthropy, a closed-door discussion of leading international philanthropists which takes place in Monaco every year immediately following the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos. The RoundTable helps philanthropists to exchange ideas, share experiences and collaborate in a confidential environment. Each year the Roundtable examines a subject through the window of philanthropy and invites esteemed speakers to bring their unique perspectives to the discussion.
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