Global Themes of The Stewardship Report

New York, N.Y.  In 2009 my friends began to suggest that I use my writing skills and inventory to begin my own platform about Thought Leaders & Global Citizens – called The Stewardship Report.  We announced this at my 50th birthday party on July 24, 2009.  Our theme is “Connecting Goodness” under five main categories, Faces, Issues, World Affairs, Lifestyle, and Arts.  Our mission is about engaging the world to improve it.  It is about bettering ourselves so that we can do more to better humanity.

 Jim writing in the Media Center of the Dalai Lama’s Kalachakra, Bodh Gaya, India (2012).

The Stewardship Report is about accepting the responsibility we have as human beings — Buddhist, Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Humanist, or none of the above — to actively help better the world.  My Jewish friends call it tikum olem.  Christians, the Social Gospel.  Muslims, helping the unfortunate – a key tenet of Islam.  We look at humanity at its worst in desperate need of help and celebrate the best that humanity is capable of.  Below are a few of the themes I have covered over the last few years.  May you find what you are looking for.

Afghan Child Ed. & Care Org. Fashion Mexico & Mexican-Am.
Afghanistan Film Microfinance
Africa Film – Indian Museums
Animal Rescue Food & Wine Music
Architecture Foundations New Jersey
Art France New York
Artists Frances D. Alleman-Luce Nigeria
Brooklyn Fundamentalists Anon. Ohio
Buddhism Gay & Lesbian Orphans
Cambodia Germany Orphans Int’l. Worldwide
Child Soldiers Global Citizenship Palestine
Child Trafficking Greece & Greek-Am. Peace & Conflict Resolution
Children Haiti Philanthropy
Children – Foster Health Philippines
Childen – Special Needs Hinduism Photography
China – Taiwan India & Indian-Am. Politics
China – Tibet Indonesia Queens
China & Chinese-Am. Int’l. Development Roosevelt Island
Connectivity Int’l. Univ. Center Haiti Royalty
Corp. Amer. & CSR Islam Social Responsibility
Cultural Exchange Israel Sri Lanka
Dance Italy Stanford L. Luce
David Lynch Foundation J. Luce Foundation Stewardship Report
Disaster Relief Japan & Japan.-Am. Stonehenge Properties
Don Rubin & His World Korea – South Thailand
Dudley Family Law & Lawyers Theater
Dump D’Amato in ’92 Literature & Poetry Turkey & Turk.-Am.
Economy Long Island United Nations
Education Los Angeles Veterans
eFinance Love Water
Essays Luce Family Women & Girls
Ethiopia Media Young Concert Artists
Extremism Mental Health

Jim Luce writing shortly after the earthquake in Léogâne, Haiti (2010).

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The Editors
The Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness is the communications platform of The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation (www.lucefoundation.org). There are now more than 100 contributors around the world to this publication.

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