When foundation presidents think

They entertain ideas about how philanthropy might change (e.g., change investment policies to reduce risk to assets; change giving philosophy from social change-making to helping people directly; increase the percentage amount foundations give away; reduce and consolidate the number of nonprofits receiving gifts.  But they decide: No, it’s best just to leave things as they are.

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