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Positive Social Change

If there's a constant in the individualistic world of personal philanthropy, it's the search to define what makes a not-for-profit But is that really the core question we should be asking? What if philanthropists took a step back to remind themselves that the purpose of their giving is not to make a not-for-profit work well, but rather to effect positive social change? Increasingly, they'd bump into

If there's a constant in the individualistic world of personal philanthropy, it's the search to define what makes a not-for-profit “successful.” But is that really the core question we should be asking? What if philanthropists took a step back to remind themselves that the purpose of their giving is not to make a not-for-profit work well, but rather to effect positive social change? Increasingly, they'd bump into a new breed of “donors” who are less focused on using not-for-profits as the

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