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Program Launched to Propel Giving Circles Into a Global Movement

The Natan Fund has started Amplifier, the first concerted effort to unite Jewish giving circles into a field and catalyze the creation of new circles through an innovative web platform. [More...]
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When a Foundation Spends Down

When a foundation decides to wind down its operations and spend its remaining endowment, doing it right takes a lot more than simply writing a check to empty the bank account; this series of articles describes what's in play. [More...]
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Time for an Empathy Tune-Up

GEO president and CEO Kathleen Enright warns against penalizing nonprofits for effectively being "too strong" in their fields, leading to the perception that they no longer need as much support from grantmakers. [More...]
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Lessons Learned from Seven Years of Impact Investing

Combining passion with good ideas is the essence of impact investing, says the president of The Rockefeller Foundation, who reflects on how the field has evolved and become an essential tool for investors who want to effect social change and also earn a retun on their funding. [More...]
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Making a Graceful Exit

When a foundation decides to stop funding a program or wind down its operations, it's vital its leaders recognize the disruption the end of funding will cause for grantees and help them transition accordingly.  [More...]