What is The Organization Society Federation

Over a little bit over two decades ago, George Soros had founded an organization that would help to support progressives’ organization and parties. This organization would be called the Organization Society Federation and would serve to help many people, not only in America but across the world.

What is The Organization Society Federation

The Organization Society Federation was first founded back in 1993 and has since then become a great force for good throughout the world. The organization mission is to help many activist groups and politically progressive organization. Read more about George at The New York Times.

Many of the groups that have been funded by the OSF have been groups that combat and issues such as human rights, women rights, educy=ation, religious intolr=ernace, racial oppression, LGBT discrimination and sex workers.

There are many causes that are in need of financial backing and thanks to the OSF, many of the organization have the funds to successfully keep up their mission.

Who is the man behind the Organization?

George Soros is regarded by many to be one of the most influential investors of all time. His mentality when it comes to his amazing generosity is that because he has been given so much he believes he should give as much.

His philanthropy, especially in the educational realm, has given many students the chance to get a decent education or to pursue their desire to continue and further their education.

George Soros a man who a man who was lucky to survive the Nazi take over of Europe and as a result, this mindset has given him a completely different outlook on life. One of his major missions for his organization is to reduce the poverty around the world. Learn more about his profile at Forbes.com.

Final Thoughts

The OSF has become a beacon of hope for many in the impoverished parts of the world. With so many causes that need financial backing, it is very easing to now that men like George Soros are out there able to pay the bill for a better tomorrow. Over the course of nearly two decades, the OSF has donated 11 billion to causes around the world.

Learn more: http://www.biography.com/people/george-soros-20926527

Helping Education with A Non Profit Initiative

A new plan has been put in place at the University of Maryland (https://www.benzinga.com/news/17/03/9165680/university-of-marylands-non-profit-initiative-is-changing-higher-education) to help expose students to non-profit and volunteering work, in an attempt to create the next generations of leaders and competitors in the future industry of the world. According to Levenson himself, “Over the years, we found that there were these amazing organizations headed up by extraordinary people that often fell short of their mission because these people lacked, frankly, some of the business skills that you need to be successful,”.

The plan has two primary goals.

  1. To make sure that every student who graduates from that school, graduates with the information and the motivation to give back to the world.
  1. To train the non-profit leaders of the future.

With the continuing evolution of American education as we head towards various new methods of teaching our students and new ways to prepare them for the future, this may soon become methods that many other schools will take in the future. The success of the program could be a sign of much better things to come in the future.

Born to a Jewish family in Washington D.C., Bruce Levenson grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland. He graduated from Law School at American University while continuing his career as a journalist at the Washington Star. He would later go on to co-found the United Communications Group in 1977 with his friend Ed Peskowitz in an apartment publishing a newsletter. In 2004 he bought the Atlanta Hawks with the then known Atlanta Spirit LLC (now known as Atlanta Hawks LLC).

Loving to give back to the community and to help others, Bruce Levenson has done many things to aid other people. His background in philanthropy has made him a participant in many different organizations and both he and his wife Karen have supported the Anti-Defamation League.