How private philanthropy can get involved in tertiary education in South Africa

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Shelagh Gastrow, Director of GastrowBloch Philanthropies (a philanthropy advisory service).

Gastrow discussed the ways private philanthropy can get involved in tertiary education.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

It’s not just a matter of handing money over to universities.

Shelagh Gastrow, Director of GastrowBloch Philanthropies

Think about what you want to achieve with your donations.

Shelagh Gastrow, Director of GastrowBloch Philanthropies

The contraceptive pill, the genome project… so much research has been funded by philanthropy!

Shelagh Gastrow, Director of GastrowBloch Philanthropies

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