“Leaders from three different NGOs told me that if they were half as big in terms of revenue, they’d be twice as effective.” How is that possible?
Check out Paul Shoemaker’s piece in the Stanford Social Innovation Review about quite damaging dollars. There’s a lively discussion underway and we want to hear from you!
QDDs are relevant to a wider variety of people and organizations than one might expect, so we’re hoping to get all sorts of voices in the mix, whether you:
- Have a small family foundation or a donor advised fund
- Are a staff or board member of a private foundation
- Are an individual donor or a budding philanthropist
- Are a staff member, board member or volunteer at a nonprofit
We’re particularly interested in differing opinions and welcome the productive tension it brings to the conversation. So if you disagree, please weigh in! We have much to learn from one another.
Read the full SSIR article: “Reconstructing Philanthropy from the Outside In” and comment today!
Want to really get to heart of reconstructing philanthropy? Read Paul’s extended article, which explores five different ways in which we can do just that.