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UniversalGiving® (www.universalgiving.org) is an award-winning nonprofit that helps people give and volunteer with vetted, quality opportunities all over the world. In this episode, Adam Torres and Pamela Hawley, Founder and CEO of UniversalGiving, explore what it takes to be an entrepreneur.
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About Pamela Hawley
Pamela Hawley is the Founder and CEO of UniversalGiving™, an award-winning nonprofit that helps people give and volunteer with vetted, quality opportunities all over the world. She started in community service at age twelve, after experiencing life-changing poverty on a family vacation. She and her father were in a marketplace and looked down a side cul-de-sac where she saw a whole line of half-clothed, begging, unwashed, starving children. The word UNACCEPTABLE came across her mind, and led her to volunteer all over the world.
UniversalGiving® (UG) is an award-winning 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose vision is to “Create a World Where Giving and Volunteering Are a Natural Part of Everyday Life.™”
Using the website, people can donate to and volunteer with top performing projects all over the world. Our projects are vetted through a proprietary Quality Model™ to ensure the most effective, trustworthy philanthropy possible.
Unique to UG, we take no cut on donations made through our site – 100% of your donation goes directly to the cause!
UniversalGiving® Corporate (UGC) is a customized service that helps companies manage and scale their global corporate social responsibility programs. UGC handles the strategy, operations and NGO vetting to ensure the success of international giving and volunteering programs.
UG has been profiled on CBS and FOX Business Network, and has also been featured in BusinessWeek, WomenEntrepreneur, Oprah.com, NBC News, The Christian Science Monitor, The New York Times, The Financial Times, CNNMoney.com, Change.org and See Change Magazine.