Foundations, Innovation and Social Change: A Quixotic Journey Turned Case Study

Hugh B. Price

2010

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Written by a former vice president of the Rockefeller Foundation and president of the National Urban League, "Foundations, Innovation and Social Change" examines the promise shown by quasi-military programs such as ChalleNGe in improving the life prospects of at-risk youths.

 

Price, Hugh B., 2010. "Foundations, Innovations and Social Change: A Quixotic Journey Turned Case Study." Working Paper Prepared During a Practitioner Residency, Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center. Durham, NC: Center for Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University.

 

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