Ludwig Forrest is philanthropy advisor at the King Baudouin Foundation in Brussels, established in 1976 to mark the 25th anniversary of King Baudouin's reign. He works at the KBF's Centre for Philanthropy that provides information, guidance and tailor-made help on strategic philanthropy to private donors, families, businesses and professional advisers who wish to engage in public benefit initiatives. Helping donors and beneficiaries to find effective solutions for philanthropic intentions and fostering and simplifying the European cross-border giving environment by promoting the Transnational Giving Europe network are his main objectives.
05 Jun 2018
Session Description The value of philanthropy to society is growing worldwide and its complementary role to public action is no longer denied. In today’s borderless world, increasingly mobile citizens and corporations wish to support international causes and foreign charities or…Read More