Reclaiming Philanthropy’s Role as Change Maker: Embracing the Journey to Insight and Leadership

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Who makes change in America? California’s technology wizards come to mind, as do political activists on both left and right who are transforming the way we think about issues—and about the political process itself. Philanthropists also are remarkable change makers, and Exponent Philanthropy wants to challenge—and inspire—you to be one too.

We see dozens of funders around the country making change—catalyzing new ways of doing and thinking—without the support of a sizable staff. This kind of change is bigger in scope than starting a new nonprofit organization or helping a promising organization serve more people. Change making by small-staffed funders is transforming how people think about and approach the most important and urgent issues we face. It is bold and daring, and it shifts the status quo.

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