Outsized Impact

Illustrating the power of individual, family, and small-staffed foundation donors

We are pleased to share with you our annual report, Outsized Impact 2016, which showcases many of our 2016 accomplishments and illustrates the power of small-staffed foundations, philanthropic families, and individual donors. 

We invite you to read these stories, share them with others, and embrace the practices that will help you make the most of your dollars and time. 

Read their stories in Outsized Impact 2016 >> 

Featured stories

John Richardson, Blackstone Ranch Institute 
Trusting Change 

Bill Young, The Alice and David W. Fletcher Foundation
Small Steps Toward Big Change 

Rebecca Hove,
Greater Houston Community Foundation
Reclaiming Hope in Houston

Melissa Jones 
Networks Move the Needle

Maya Winkelstein, Open Road Alliance
Reinventing Risk Management

June Wilson, Quixote Foundation
Spending Up Now, Not Later

Deborah and Eric Suder, The Suder Foundation
Galvanizing a First-Generation Student Movement

Partner Stories

We are pleased to illustrate how four Exponent Philanthropy partner organizations are lending their expertise to help our country’s philanthropists catalyze change. 

Perhaps An Unlikely PairFoundant Technologies

Pausing for a Strategic ReviewGlenmede

A Small But Mighty Force, Microedge + Blackbaud

What To Do When The Numbers Don't Add Up, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management


Previous Versions

Outsized Impact 2015

Outsized Impact 2014


Jeanne Metzger, chief development and marketing officer, 202-580-6560.