Monthly Archives: August 2014

Funders: Lead the Change

Last week, I had lunch with a funder (let’s call him Scott) who shared some surprising recent experiences. He had been reviewing proposals in which the respondents referred to reports that had recently been completed for other funders. Scott visited … Continue reading

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Why Business is Booming

Last week, I attended a networking event in which I was asked why my business is booming. I work with small- to mid-sized companies that are interested in figuring out how to “do good” in the community. More often than … Continue reading

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Should Foundations be Transparent?

First, let me say right off the bat that I don’t know the answer to that question. However, I heard Chris Gates from Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement speak on Friday and he proposed that philanthropy might be the last … Continue reading

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