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A Better World is Possible – the Gatsby Charitable Foundation and Social Progress

Hosted by the Marshall Institute

Old Theatre, Old Building

Speaker

Lord Sainsbury

Lord Sainsbury

Chair

Professor Stephan Chambers

David Sainsbury will be talking about his lifetime of philanthropy.

Lord Sainsbury is founder of the Gatsby Charitable Foundation. He donated £200 million of Sainsbury’s shares to the Foundation’s assets.

Stephan Chambers is Marshall Institute Director.

The Marshall Institute (@LSEMarshall) aims to increase the impact and effectiveness of private action for public benefit through research, teaching and convening.

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