The Chronicle of Philanthropy

A Mismatch Between Need and Affluence

By July 16, 2015

This article was first published in The Chronicle of Philanthropy, we thought it would be a good one to share.  American communities with high standards of living often have low charitable giving rates, a new Chronicle analysis finds. Text by Rebecca Koenig and visuals by Meredith Myers In a state with a moderate standard of…

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Channelling Funds Into Baltimore When They Need It Most

By May 1, 2015

As suggested by Pia in her post on supporting emergent racial justice movements, we have previously advocated for the importance of moving quickly the time is right. While this article we are reposting problematically and racially describes Baltimore are “riot-torn” (we might reframe that as another epicenter for the struggle for human rights for black and…

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Philanthropy Must Lead With Its Heart (from The Chronicle of Philanthropy)

By February 12, 2015

This post was first published in The Chronicle of Philanthropy and was written by Jennifer and Peter Buffet. TWI believes this piece is very much aligned with our values and the work we support so we wanted to share it in its entirety. Philanthropy Must Lead With Its Heart Enlarge Image By Jennifer and Peter…

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