In today’s rundown: A Grantee Partner on the Kojo Nnamdi Show. | Local prep schools plan to take action when it comes to relationship violence. | What the Giving Pledge has to do with you.
— Tune in to the Kojo Nnamdi Show this afternoon to hear Capital Area Asset Builders’ (a Women’s Foundation Grantee Partner) Savings Program Director discuss economic security during the “Great Recession.” Emily Appel will be on WAMU 88.5 at around 1 p.m.
— Deans from local private high schools will get together in October to discuss a crackdown on relationship violence after one former prep school student was allegedly killed by another. The meeting is in response to the May beating death of 22-year-old University of Virginia student Yeardley Love. Her former boyfriend has been charged with her murder.
— 40 billionaires have committed to the Giving Pledge, promising to donate at least half of their money to charitable causes. Can those of us who aren’t billionaires follow their examples? Philanthropic Capital Advisors’ Stephanie Risa Stein says “charitable giving is a basic value for everyone, not only for the wealthy….”