In This Report, You’ll Learn
- 7 things strategic philanthropists do.
- 3 ways to build open partnerships.
- How Jill Iscol partnered to raise $8.5 Million for City Year in NYC.
- How the Healthy Food Financing Initiative and Green Carts partnered to fight childhood obesity in low-income families.
- How San Francisco Bank helped 50,000 people open accounts at starter banks and credit unions -- and how 70 cities across America and the U.S. Dept. of Treasury are now adapting those programs, too.
There is no better time than today for a philanthropist to learn how to expand their horizons and join forces with every potential partner in every sector — including business and government.
Table of Contents
Tips for budding philanthropists
Findings & Stats
A budding philanthropist should research the issue, including how others have approached it.
A budding philanthropist should build open, productive relationships with partners.
A budding philanthropist should develop the courage to take risks.
Statements & Quotations
There is no better time than today for a philanthropist to learn how to expand his or her horizons and join forces with every potential partner in every sector — including business and government.
Our problems today are complicated and multifaceted and call out for multilateral response. Working in isolation is no longer an option.
– Ralph Smith, Annie E. Casey Foundation
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