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Laurence Marshbaum of 10×10 Philanthropy

By Jordan Michaelides
Laurence Marshbaum of 10x10 Philanthropy

Laurence Marshbaum is Chairman and Founder of 10×10 Philanthropy, an organisation dedicated to engaging young people in philanthropy all around the world and to help those most in need. 

Laurence would come up with the 10×10 model after his friends began to express that they were bored with going to gala dinner after gala dinner. Since then, 10×10 has spread around the globe to 13 different cities and has raised $3.8 million.

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SHOW NOTES:

00:24 – Guest intro
00:39 – Laurence’s nickname
03:58 – Earliest childhood memory & lacto-chat
05:59 – Laurence’s parents & AUS Vs UK
07:53 – Parents’ professions
10:13 – Why finance?
14:01 – Laurance’s journey to philanthropy
16:40 – The why behind 10×10
21:02 – 10×10’s model: no more galas?
25:49 – The 10×10: sustainability & the future
31:09 – What makes a charity successful & effective
37:28 – What is effective altruism & it’s effects on 10×10’s work
48:41 – Balancing the grind
50:49 – Books on philanthropy
53:56 – 10×10 committees plug

CREDITS:

Produced by Neuralle 

Host – Jordan Michaelides

Executive Producer – Lauren Lopatko

Associate Producer, Audio Engineering & Videography – Jacob Smith