A new report applies a theory of time and value in philanthropy to three real cases, to see how a foundation could decide whether to operate with a limited life, based on the amount and kind of value it hopes to create.
April 3, 2017
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|Northwest Area Foundation: Comprehensive Planning with the Indian Land Tenure Community||Loyola University Chicago||Northern America||2007|
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