Faith in Philanthropy: Unlocking non-Government Funding for Faith Organisations during Covid-19 and Beyond


With an expert panel, including:

John Studzinski CBE

An American-born British investment banker and philanthropist, John Studzinski CBE is
Managing Director and Vice Chairman of PIMCO. He is heavily involved in hands-on
philanthropy, patronage, and charity work. His numerous charitable activities revolve mainly
around human rights, the arts, and homelessness. John’s own charity, the Genesis Foundation, supports and nurtures people in the creative fields in the early stages of their careers. In 2015 he co-founded Arise, which he chairs, to support and promote frontline anti-slavery work.

Dinesh Dhamija

Dinesh is a Hindu, of Indian descent. He is a first generation immigrant, to the UK.
He started the first interactive internet travel company in Europe, quoted on the Nasdaq and London Sock Exchange. He was the first BAME to be named Entrepreneur of the year, UK in 2003. He has donated many millions of pounds to charities in both India and the UK.
Dinesh became an MEP to the EU Parliament for the LibDems in 2019. After the UK Brexited, Dinesh is promoting a 348MW solar PV farm in Romania, and focus on Sustainability.

Mohamed Amersi

Mohamed is a renowned global communications entrepreneur, philanthropist and thought leader. After studying medicine and law at the Universities of Sheffield and Cambridge, then completing an Executive MBA at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School, Mohamed Amersi began his professional career as a corporate lawyer before going into business. Throughout his career, driven by a desire to create a world that’s better for everybody, Mohamed Amersi has used his position to contribute positively to society, supporting many charitable initiatives and social ventures. The Amersi Foundation, established in 2012, supports a vast range of global issues, including The Three E’s, We Are One, Our Futures, and many more.

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