It’s long been known that power imbalances exist in philanthropic giving but identifying those imbalances may yield some surprises. Lopsidedness in the philanthropic sector goes beyond the donor-nonprofit relationship.
How do we balance the tensions between scale and community – and the benefits of each approach – as we strive to address the world’s challenges with efficiency and caring?
The limits of what can be done are set by what we know. Yet, philanthropy can be well-grounded in absolute conviction because often there is no doubt that we must help immediately.
This month’s Philanthropy Matter focuses on new research and insights around global giving trends.
Generosity is like breathing. What is there to know about something as natural as giving to someone else?