Category Archives: Eugene Chrinian

Differences Between Baby Boomers and Millennials in Philanthropy

Priorities for Baby Boomers in charitable and philanthropic acts involved creating a legacy of charitable contributions. Their charitable habits involved decades of contributions, typically to the same group of charities, and usually local organizations focusing on supporting the arts or cultural institutions such as museums. In addition to this, the driving motivation behind charitable contributions… Continue Reading

Charitable Actions Stem from Responsibility and Stories

Charitable Actions Stem from Responsibility and Stories

An article recently completed by Forbes processed several studies that worked to pinpoint the source that drives individuals to contribute their time, energy and finances to a charitable cause.  According to the annual Giving USA report, no matter what the state of the economy may be, charitable actions has historically remained relatively steady; even if… Continue Reading

World Vision

World Vision

One of the charitable organizations Eugene Chrinian supports is World Vision. World Vision is a Christian organization which works in a larger sense with communities, families, children who become the future of the community. World Vision declares itself a development, relief, and advocacy organization dedicated to helping families, communities, and children find their way out… Continue Reading