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YEAR EIGHT REPORT ON AVI CHAI NOW AVAILABLE

Dec 31, 2021 | Comments Off on YEAR EIGHT REPORT ON AVI CHAI NOW AVAILABLE

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YEAR SEVEN REPORT ON AVI CHAI NOW AVAILABLE

Aug 8, 2018 | Comments Off on YEAR SEVEN REPORT ON AVI CHAI NOW AVAILABLE

August 8, 2018 Joel Fleishman 2018 Download Report For the past seven years, I have been chronicling the ongoing process of spend-down at AVI CHAI,…

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MORE ON TIME, VALUE, AND TIME LIMITS

Feb 19, 2018 | 2 Comments
Pocket Watch in Sand

More on time, value, and time limits A while ago, we collected some thoughts from careful observers of philanthropy — people who either make decisions about how…

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RHYME AND REASON IN PHILANTHROPY: HOW SHOULD DONORS CHOOSE?

Nov 29, 2016 | Comments Off on RHYME AND REASON IN PHILANTHROPY: HOW SHOULD DONORS CHOOSE?

With apologies to Shakespeare: Tell me, where is philanthropy bred? In the heart, or in the head? (See Merchant of Venice, Act III, scene 2.) Less poetically:…

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DO TIME LIMITS ADD VALUE? HOW WOULD WE KNOW?

Nov 4, 2016 | Comments Off on DO TIME LIMITS ADD VALUE? HOW WOULD WE KNOW?

Foundations that plan to operate for a limited time and then close (normally called “spend-down” foundations, though some dislike the phrase) often make an intriguing…

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POLITICAL PHILANTHROPY OUT OF THE SHADOWS

Oct 12, 2016 | Comments Off on POLITICAL PHILANTHROPY OUT OF THE SHADOWS

A curious duality governs the way observers of philanthropy and public affairs talk about money in politics. Donations that fuel one’s own causes constitute support…

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