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February 19, 2014; San Francisco Business Journal Earlier this week, more than 150 Bay Area nonprofit organizations and 1,000 potential board members convened for the ninth annual Board Match event hosted by the Volunteer Center serving San Francisco and San Mateo counties.In a philanthropic version of “speed dating,” nonprofit executives staffed booths, shared their mission, answered questions, and interviewed potential candidates on the spot.He and Chan made the largest public charitable gift of 2013, when they gave 18 million Facebook shares valued at 0 million to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.In 2014, they donated million to fight Ebola in West Africa.
He also hinted that having a kid might influence the couple’s philanthropy.
Zuckerberg has also signed the Giving Pledge, a campaign launched by Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett to encourage the world’s uber-rich to give more than half their wealth to charity.
(Today's 99 percent announcement puts that figure to shame.) Credit Chan, who began dating Zuckerberg while both were undergraduates at Harvard, with some of Zuckerberg’s evolution and much of the couple’s philanthropic direction.
Speed dating for board members and volunteers is not a new concept; we have reported on similar events that have been held in other cities.
But since many nonprofits still struggle to find effective board members, this idea may be worth expanding. When the Board Match event was initiated in 2005, only a few hundred potential board members were in attendance.