American International Law Firm
"Weil is delighted to be advising Re-Give on its innovative projects as part of our pro bono programme.", said Peter King, Global Co-chair of Weil's Pro Bono Committee, who is leading the Weil team advising Re-Give.
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Entrepreneur, Boise, Idaho, USA
"As the [former] owner of the regive.org web domain, I was more than just interested to learn about the mission and goals of Re-Give. The more I learned the more inspired and motivated I became to be part of this initiative. There are so many dreams that never see the light of day due to a lack of financial resources and the unfortunate fact that mainstream financial institutions are more interested in generating healthy returns than supporting charitable causes. Not only am I hereby transfer full ownership of the regive.org domain [to Re-Give], but I also pledge my assistance in any form needed to make [the] vision of Re-Give a reality"
Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Ipswich, UK
"I believe in the values and principles which drive [Re-Give]... I support what [Re-Give is] doing and will continue to do so...and I hope that, in the fullness of time, great things will rise from it"