Our newest trustee is encouraging our foundation to be more public about our interests and grants. Can you suggest small ways to start?

Some philanthropists decide to operate in the public realm early on. Others go public at some point over time, often when they feel compelled to act. However it emerges, going public can be a pivotal transition point and a bold act of leadership.

We gathered a list of big and small ways funders go public with their giving.

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