Hughes-Hallett, Dorfman and McGrath revealed as keynote speakers for Cause4 Philanthropy Event

6 June 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Thomas Hughes-Hallett, Lloyd Dorfman and Harvey McGrath were today revealed as the keynote speakers for Cause4's philanthropy seminar 'My Kind of Philanthropy'. Thomas Hughes-Hallett, the man leading David Cameron's Philanthropy Review, Lloyd Dorfman, the donor behind the £10 million donation to the National Theatre and Harvey McGrath, Chairman of Prudential and renowned philanthropist, will all take to the stage at Forsters, in Mayfair, for an afternoon addressing chief executives, philanthropists and other well respected individuals from the third sector. Join us from 2.30pm tomorrow for a live blog from the event. Contact Michelle Wright for further information at michelle.wright@cause4.co.uk or @MWCause4. In the meantime take a look at a recent interview with Thomas Hughes-Hallett below.

 

 

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"The course was informative, enjoyable, covering plenty of ground in just one day without feeling rushed at all. It came at a crucial time in our planning and thinking as a development team and was a very welcome pause for thought. Michelle was a brilliant facilitator and it was a real benefit to hear about her experiences across the sector."

Jane Reynolds, Development Manager, Manchester International Festival

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