Timeline: Seasons and Milestones
Sir John Templeton
Richard and Christopher Chandler met with Sir John Templeton to learn from his experiences in philanthrophy.1997
The world’s first “philanthropic investment bank” was founded by Richard and Christopher Chandler in Philadelphia. With a staff of over 100 people, Geneva Global focused on measurement analysis and process.1998
Creative World owned and operated healthcare and education enterprises serving the aspiring middle class.2007
Rumi improved education standards in low-income urban communities through curriculum development, teacher training and operational excellence.
Newton International’s vision was to close the gap between the school system and the job market.
Viva Healthcare operated healthcare facilities in seven countries: Kenya, India, Indonesia, Egypt, Pakistan, Vietnam, and the Philippines.
Freedom to Create
Freedom to Create was established to address social justice issues to unlock the creative potential in countries facing repression, intolerance, and conflict.2008
The Chandler Foundation was established to build healthy communities, vibrant marketplaces, and strong nations.2013
Collaborating for Systems Change
Richard Chandler joined global philanthropic collaborative Co-Impact, which will collectively invest US$ 500m to tackle the structural causes of poverty.2017