In This Issue

Departments

Big Gift: Glenn and Amanda Fuhrman

Bringing Wi-Fi to Harlem.

Five Questions: Hannah Bronfman

She wants to make you instantly glamorous.

First Person:Masha Pearl

Making sure survivors flourish.

Theme

Philanthropy Next

Millennials are leveraging their knowledge of social media to impact positive change.

Profiles

Cover Profile

Malala Yousafzai

By Victoria DiPlacido

She fought when she could only lose. She won when they almost killed her. Malala Yousafzai may only be 16, but her message is timeless.

Adam Lowy

By Julie Jacobs

What should you do with all the food in your fridge when you change addresses? Give it to Adam Lowy.

Chase Adam

By Nancy A. Ruhling

Chase Adam took a simple idea (crowdfunding), fused it with a huge problem (health care), and came out with an insane amount of charity dollars (yours).

Alexandra Cart

By Marcus Nederlander

For Alexandra Cart, Values + Investment = Impact.

Michael Fertik

By Kimberly Greene

Michael Fertik wants you to enjoy the Internet without having to worry about compromising your privacy.

Matthew Reeve

By Darren Gluckman

Matthew Reeve lost his father in one horrific moment. Then he got him back.

Bryan Baum, Andrej Pancik, and Leo Seigal

By Alanna Mager

The Oxford-educated, Bill Gates–loving, California-living trio behind online success story Prizeo.

Events

  • World Economic Forum
  • Hollywood Stands Up to Cancer
  • Generosity Signature Event
  • amfAR Gala
  • Museum’s 2014 L.A. Dinner
  • UNICEF Snowflake Ball
  • Help Haiti Home