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Do Corporate Grantmakers Care More About the Poor Than Other Foundations?
President and CEO, National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
For most Fortune 500 companies, philanthropy is a vehicle for corporate interests. Corporations are designed for profit maximization and market expansion, and corporate philanthropy generally is in service to those objectives.
Philanthropy As a Family Affair
Managing Director, Solidarity Now
Momentum Builds for 100 Percent Impact Investment Movement
President and CEO, RSF Social Finance
When I first started working in impact investing, the field's challenges were foundational: refining the concept, finding suitable investments, figuring out how to measure impact, even determining what to call the concept.
A Note of Interest Concerning Family Philanthropy
Frank A. Weil
Chairman, Abacus & Associates, Inc.
Here is a family foundation that is seeking to extend and enhance the relevance of the true meaning of the word family in the context of how a foundation can work.
The Real Motivation Behind Going Public in Philanthropy
For Warren Buffet and me, giving feels really good, because the truth is, we receive more than the supposed recipient. This thing we call "love of humankind," philanthropy, infuses our whole being with love of self.
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