Critical Value #41 How Foundations are Looking to Increase Impact
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Institutional philanthropy is in a remarkable era of expansion and experimentation. Foundations are looking to increase their impact in innovative ways and also contending with the implications of their increasing influence. Host Justin Milner speaks with Arnold Ventures President Kelli Rhee, Hudson Webber Foundation President Melanca Clark, Center for Effective Philanthropy President Phil Buchanan and Urban researcher Ben Soskis to survey the emerging landscape.

Related links:
Urban Institute: Event Video, Philanthropy’s New Playbook for Policy Advocacy
Arnold Ventures: Kelli Rhee Bio
Hudson-Webber Foundation: Melanca Clark Bio
Center for Effective Philanthropy: Phil Buchanan Bio and book Giving Done Right: Effective Philanthropy and Making Every Dollar Count


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Research Areas Nonprofits and philanthropy
Tags Foundations and philanthropy
Policy Centers Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy