Jho Low on Jynwel Foundation’s Partnership with the United Nations Foundation – Shining a Spotlight on the most Pressing Global Issues of Our Time

24 Apr

This week, Jynwel Charitable Foundation, alongside the Thomson Reuters Foundation, announced a grant to partner with the United Nations Foundation to create a global news bureau dedicated to shining a spotlight on how cross-sector collaboration is driving sustainable impact—and ultimately attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”). Our commitment will 1) support the development of…


Mr. Jho Low Joins Board of Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation

28 Jan

As a philanthropic organization working to pioneer breakthrough programs in global public health, education and conservation, Jynwel Foundation seeks to lead by example. That means bringing hands-on participation and disruptive vision to our partnerships. It is with this spirit in mind that we are proud to announce that Mr. Jho Low has accepted an invitation…


Jynwel Foundation Invests US$25M Over 15 Years in IRIN, a Leading Humanitarian News Service

20 Nov

With the advent of 24-hour cable news channels and the rise of instantaneous blogs and web content, the media sector has undergone a series of profound changes over the past two decades.  These shifting dynamics, from the rise of digital media services to sharp reductions in advertising revenue, have forced a variety of media companies…


Jynwel Charitable Foundation 2014

19 Nov

Jynwel Charitable Foundation Limited is the philanthropic initiative of Jynwel Capital, an international investment and advisory firm. See below to learn more about how we partner with the world’s leading institutions to affect change across our three pillars: global health, conservation, and education. Jynwel Charitable Foundation 2014 from JynwelFoundation


Disrupting the Status Quo in Cancer Care

31 Oct

On October 20, I had the pleasure of attending this year’s Angel Ball in support of Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation. It was humbling to be honored at the event on behalf of Jynwel Charitable Foundation and our work to eradicate cancer. On stage, I shared why my family and I are passionate about and committed to…


Mr. Jho Low Speaks at 2014 Mashable Social Good Summit

14 Oct

It’s not every day that you find yourself in a room full of talented, global social entrepreneurs, but I did in September at the 2014 Mashable Social Good Summit in New York City. I was fortunate enough to spend some time at this year’s event discussing the work of Jynwel Charitable Foundation with these impressive…


A Look Back at the 2014 Mashable Social Good Summit

02 Oct

In September, Mr. Jho Low represented Jynwel Charitable Foundation at the 2014 Mashable Social Good Summit in New York City. Mr. Low hosted an exchange about social good around the world with young global influencers, delivered a speech to outline his position on disruptive philanthropy, and announced a significant commitment to a new campaign from…


#WeAreHere: A Global Pledge for Peace

25 Sep

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of participating in the Mashable Social Good Summit, on behalf of Jynwel Foundation, and joining forces with my friend Alicia Keys as she unveiled the new campaign that is uniting the world for social good, #WeAreHere. #WeAreHere is a movement that understands that social issues don’t exist in…


The Next Generation of Philanthropy at Social Good Summit

24 Sep

This week started off in a great way for Jynwel Charitable Foundation as I, along with my brother Szen, participated in the Mashable Social Good Summit in New York City. On Sunday, Jynwel Foundation hosted a roundtable with bright young Millennials working toward social good around the world. I was intrigued by their approaches to…


Big Data: Let’s Measure its Potential in Kilometers, Not Gigabytes

17 Sep

“Big Data” in medicine usually calls to mind big computers hacking their way through gigabytes of data to find the cures to awful diseases; robotic Ponce De Leon’s searching for the fountain of youth. But as much as we stand in awe of the tools, we should be looking more at how they can be…