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Doing Good Well wins the Silver Medal in the Philanthropy/Charity/Nonprofit category of the 2009 Axiom Business Book Awards. Read More...

Independent Publisher




FIVE years after the eruption of the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) scandal, Mr Willie Cheng, who blew the whistle on its reserves, breaks his silence. With a book, no less. He has written an authoritative tome on the charity sector, covering everything from non-profit management to philanthropic giving, called Doing Good Well. Read More...

Susan Long, The Straits Times




“You don't need to be immersed in charities to be charitable or make an impact on charity…  Social enterprises are businesses with a social mission…You can't be both a charity and a business...  <Singapore> is in the ranks of the first world countries. It’s time we are first world in our attitude towards charity.” Read More...

Q&A with Susan Long, The Straits Times




A new book about charity models provides a refreshing new take on the charity scene. It effectively reconciles the many apparent contradictions of the charity world. Read More...

Joan Hoi, The Star


 
   
Indeed the book challenges and surprises the reader on what sometimes seems to be straightforward notions like staff compensation and corporate social responsibility.  It is filled with uncommon thinking on common charity matters. Read More...

The Sunday Times




“Do what interests you or you have a passion for, but give from your strengths, and leverage your talents.” Read More...

Interview with Accenture Retired Partners Newsletter




“The old NKF was, in many respects, a professional organization, and TT Durai was very good at fundraising. But unlike the commercial world, in charities there is no direct connection between how and why people give you money and how it is used” Read More...

Interview with Rachel Chan, My Paper




Why is CSR so important? Because many MNCs are now bigger than countries. “If you compare corporate sales and GDP of the 100 largest economies, nearly half of them are corporations” …Mr Cheng’s book is an exhaustively researched tome on CSR. Read More...

Raju Chellam, Dataquest





Doing Good Well is a strategic review of not just the status quo but also the enormous potential in the nonprofit world. The theme of the book is change. Read More...

Fundraising Institute Australia





Both social and business entrepreneurs share similar characteristics: they are driven, determined, innovative, able to embrace changes and passionate about what they do. However, one crucial difference – money – separates the two, according to Willie Cheng. Read More...

Quah Chin Chin, The Business Times