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Winsome Constance Kindness:
Venture Capital for Good Causes

The roof of Kindness House in Fitzroy, Melbourne

In their capacity to suffer, a dog is a pig is a bear is a boy.

One man can make a difference and every man should try. (This includes women) Just because you can do little does not mean you can do nothing.

Start now. There is not enough darkness in the world to put out the light of a single candle.

The initiative was founded by Philip Wollen to campaign for Social Justice and to assist in tangible ways.

We concentrate on projects that cover “The five fingers”.

  • Children
  • Animals
  • The environment
  • The terminally ill
  • Aspiring youth.

We provide support in the form of financial grants, awards, facilities, and advice in many countries.

  1. We do not accept donations. Please do not send us money. If you do want to help (and we hope you will), please donate directly to the groups we have already supported. We believe that you will enjoy developing ongoing relationships and friendships with these groups - quite independently of us. And please do not tell us what you have done for them. That is a private matter for you and the beneficiaries.
  2. We don’t accept applications for grants. All our grants to deserving groups are unsolicited. We conduct our own due diligence independently.

However, we are prepared to receive information for our extensive database from effective groups describing their work.

We suggest that caring people may wish to follow our lead and become “Venture Capitalists for Good Causes”.

We trust they will “deploy their physical, financial, intellectual & network resources to:

  • Save lives. . . Reduce suffering. . . . Protect the environment. . . . Stimulate Action.
  • Teach ordinary people to become “Entrepreneurs for Good Causes”;
  • Inspire well -off people to become “Venture Capitalists for Good Causes”.
  • Focus globally on Suffering of all sentient beings, Food Security, Water Resources, Greenhouse gas emissions, Human diet, Plastic waste; Revive Rivers, Ocean Dead Zones, Old Growth forests, urban flora and fauna.”

 

Kindness Stories

Fri 27 Jul 2012
morning-star-orphanage-storyMorning Star Children's Home: Morning Star Children's Home was started by John Samson 18 years ago. He found a starving 2 year old child thrown in a filthy rubbish bin. He took the child and built a "shed" with tin, asbestos sheets and rejected concrete...
Tue 15 Nov 2011
museum-victoria-manufacturing-historyCommentary: Australian manufacturing history. . . . . . Philip Wollen Many years ago, when I was an ambition young man, I took over a company called Hecla. This business was formed in 1872, long before Federation was even contemplated. The company...
Thu 23 Dec 2010
philip-wollen-s-influential-speech-spell-bindsThe Indus Entrepreneur Summit - Delhi By Onkar Sharma The TiE Summit was different on 22 December 2010, not in terms of the entrepreneurial success stories, but in terms of a speech from a philanthropist that pierced our conscience to the core....
Wed 03 Mar 2010
maneka-gandhi-s-article-on-philip-wollenPublished in several Indian Newspapers. Everyone in the animal welfare movement knows that the Australian, Philip Wollen, is not a human being. He is from another planet. They simply do not make humans like him anymore. He went from Bangalore to...
Fri 15 Jan 2010
only-kindness-mattersView the original article in PDF format > He was the self-made man who made it to the top of the corporate tree. It is his work as a philanthropist, however, that has won him respect and an Australian of the Year award. KAREN HARDING speaks to The...