Danny Kruger MP, the author of The Levelling Up Our Communities report, is the keynote speaker at the Two Ridings Community Foundation webinar “Are we on the cusp of an Emerging New World?”.
Taking place on 25 March Danny’s report sets out a vision of a post-Covid world where charities and government work together for common good.
Joining Danny at the webinar to discuss the changing role of philanthropy and giving are Two Ridings supporters; Liz Wild from McInroy & Wood Ltd, Alex Boyle from Insite Property Solutions and Bruce Warnes from the Shears Foundation.
Other panellists are Jeremy Williamson from Veterans Woodcraft and Jan Garrill CEO of Two Ridings.
Danny Kruger MP said;
“I’m greatly looking forward to discussing philanthropy and its role in the ‘new world’ that is opening up, with all its threats and opportunities. This is the right time for this discussion and Two Ridings Community Foundation are ideally placed to host it.”
Jan Garrill CEO of Two Ridings said;
“The changes we have seen in the last year show that people are recognising that philanthropy and giving are never more needed and is also very different to traditional perceptions of philanthropy, often associated with billionaires.”
“In 2020, thanks to people like Captain Tom and initiatives like the National Emergencies Trust, philanthropy came of age. I look forward to the views from Danny and the local panellists about the longer-term changes.”