Perfect match: charitable foundations and the key to long term impact

For the modern philanthropist, making a lasting difference means more than simply making large donations.

Victor Dahdaleh writes for Civil Society on the growing role of private foundations in bringing together a range of stakeholders and acting as catalysts for additional funding – including matching by government.

For the full article, see here.

16/08/2017

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