The Journey of Generosity enables us to start conversations within our own communities, but the generosity movement is much bigger and broader than we can imagine! 

The events below are designed to connect you with the wider generosity movement across the globe and inspire you with stories from beyond the backyard, leading to transformed lives, communities and world. 

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Learn from experts

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Connect with peers

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Celebrate together

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Gather with givers in you region

Celebrations: Volunteer-led regional gatherings

Celebrations of Generosity are locally led and supported - you're in charge! They are primarily for those who have been entrusted with much and desire to consider what it means to steward wealth, learn from their peers, hear from amazing international speakers, and feast together as they celebrate the joy of giving generously. Previous events have taken place in Hong Kong, London, Macau, India, Singapore, and Czech Republic. 

Gather online across the globe

Festival: Whole family global gathering

Passionate about the message of generosity? Want to be inspired through different stories of generous givers from across the globe and sit in on panel discussions that provoke thought and action? 
Join us for an online festival to celebrate and multiply generosity! No matter your background, experience or location we believe there is something that will speak to your heart. Why not invite your friends to share in the experience all together by hosting a Watch Party, in person or virtually? It's completely free, and we'll never ask you for money. 

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Don't take our word for it...

"It was so encouraging to be reminded of the cycle of generosity: people receiving from others, then becoming generous. Generosity is God's initiative and my response (even as it would affect people) is firstly toward God.

The story of giving rice in India was a great challenge to be generous with what I have and not waiting for something else to arrive before becoming generous."

Carol, The Philippines