Don’t miss influential author, in new book, floating idea “in order to avoid an excessive concentration of power within a small number of entities and to enable less wealthy entities to develop.”
The former Bradley Foundation chairman talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about short- and long-term grantmaking strategies, the politicization of philanthropy and donor freedom, the imbalance between left and right among major givers, and what conservatives should try doing about it.
The former Bradley Foundation chairman talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about his decades’ worth of experience in real-estate investing, politics, and philanthropy.
And look at how to rebuild it.
Claire Dunning’s impressive new history on government support of nonprofits in Boston offers helpful insights for private philanthropy.
More to be made of that which it has wrought.
Editor David Callahan notes that philanthropic and nonprofit trade groups might “be out of touch with their own communities.”
And in philanthropy?
An ActBlue clue.