By Susan U. Raymond Ph.D.
This e-book speaks to the perform of philantrophy of tommorow, and the problems that would form the philantrophic and nonprofit surroundings simply over the horizon. Written as a sequence of brief essays—the busy supervisor or board memeber can take on with constrained time. The essays are usually not basically statements of present stipulations or ruminations at the values of provider really they bring up unsettling questions on the very assumptions upon which nonprofits are equipped and from which philanthropic funds movement. The e-book is meant to impress considerate debate in addition to light up elusive goal info.
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D. Leonhardt, and W. Zellner. “You Don’t Have to Be Ted Turner to Merge,” BusinessWeek, March 18, 1996, ENT6. S. Bureau of the Census, “Statistics About Business Size,” 2001. The Growing Demand for Philanthropic Accountability: Will There Be Room for Risk? W ith growth in philanthropic roles in American society, and with greater media awareness of instances of philanthropic mismanagement, there is growing demand for organizational accountability within the philanthropic sector. In turn, there is an expectation that funders be as cognizant of the need to produce both efficiency and impact as their nonprofit grant recipients.
Bruce “The Psychology of Investing,” Fund Raising Management, March 1998, pp. 13–18. Delaney, Dennis. “Client Strategies:Venture Philanthropists,” Financial Planning, June 1, 2000, pp. 93–95. De Marco, Donna. “New Organizations in Business of Giving:Venture Philanthropy Idea Taking Root,” Washington Times, March 9, 2000, p. B9. , “Gazillionaires Give Back,” Upside, May 2000, pp. 248–258. Greenfield, Karl Taro, “The New Philanthropy: A New Way of Giving,” Time, July 24, 2000, pp. 48+. Verhovek, Sam Howe.
The early Rockefeller Foundation’s 1The author served as a member of the board of the foundation and as chair of the Grants Committee, as well as having designed the Innovation Fund. S. philanthropies in the global campaign to eradicate smallpox, all were clear examples of early approaches that carefully selected problems, targeted the best minds and best technologies at them, and then drove toward a full and complete solution. S. philanthropy. It may become a reaffirmation that investing in terrific ideas carried out by powerfully capable people and organizations targeting critical societal needs can bear lasting, meaningful results.
The Future of Philanthropy: Economics, Ethics, and Management by Susan U. Raymond Ph.D.