Ever wonder how the political Left got so much money?
Believe it or not, much of that cash was originally meant for conservatives. Many of the wealthiest nonprofits, like the Rockefeller Foundation or the Carnegie Corporation of New York, were created by wealthy conservative businessmen. But many of these philanthropists failed to ensure their foundations would uphold their original intent for their money after they died. It’s a problem called “donor intent,” and it’s all too common in philanthropy.
Donors interested in giving well should request a copy of CRC Senior Fellow Martin Morse Wooster’s How Great Philanthropists Failed & How You Can Succeed at Protecting Your Legacy. To request copies, contact Kristen Eastlick at [email protected]
Watch our short video on how to protect donor intent, narrated by CRC president Scott Walter: