Member Zachary Brown shares how the neighborhood where he grew up cast a spotlight on suffering and inequality, motivating him to effect change from an early age. He also discusses why he's passionate about helping future generations, how the Giving What We Can pledge ties into his Jewish background, and how effective giving has become a part of his identity. We are so pleased that we've been able to interview some of our members about their experiences with effective giving. Big thank you to Zachary and our other community members who make Giving What We Can such a special organisation. CHAPTERS: 00:00 – How did you learn about Giving What We Can? 00:55 – Why were you motivated to take the pledge? 02:45 – What is the role of effective giving in your life? 03:58 – Where are you giving now? 05:22 – Advice for others considering the pledge: &quot;Just …
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