Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

30th Anniversary Edition
Privacy as a Philanthropic Pillar
By: Karl Zinsmeister
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

Millions of citizens agree on one thing: Donor privacy is something worth defending against opponents, in the most vigorous ways. This article was originally published in the Spring 2017 edition of Philanthropy magazine. 

SOS: Stopping Opioid Slaughter
By: Caitrin Keiper
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

A small group of donors is up against the worst drug epidemic ever. They need help. This article was originally published in the Winter 2018 edition of Philanthropy magazine. 

The Evaluation Wars
By: William A. Schambra
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

Consider the history of evaluation and how giant foundations get bogged down in conflicting theories while smaller donors use local wisdom to find effective grantees. This article was originally published in the Spring 2003 edition of Philanthropy magazine. 

As We Say Goodbye to Print, We Look Forward to Philanthropy’s Digital Future
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

For three decades, Philanthropy magazine has played a critical role in the philanthropic sector. It has offered a unique perspective, highlighted important information and shared fascinating stories about donors and nonprofits advancing liberty, opportunity and personal responsibility. – Elise Westhoff

A Note from Philanthropy Magazine’s First Editor
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

Looking back, it’s amazing to think that what started as a homespun newsletter, grew to become the preeminent voice for a view of philanthropy that sees freedom and free enterprise as the key not only to the wealth creation that makes philanthropy possible, but to human flourishing for all. – Kim Dennis

Interpreting the Founder's Vision
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

The similarities between constitutional and philanthropic interpretation exist. This article was originally published in the Winter 1993 edition of Philanthropy magazine. 

De-Nationalizing Community
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

Amitai Etzioni led the effort to restore the concept of community to our public discourse. This article was originally published in the Spring 1996 edition of Philanthropy magazine. 

Outsmarting Albert Barnes
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

The Barnes Collection has opened in its new home in Philadelphia, yet its saga leaves a cautionary tale behind in Merion. This article was originally published in the Summer 2011 edition of Philanthropy magazine. 

Summa Cum Philanthropy
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

Giving to universities can be tricky. Here are 11 strategies for making sure your gift is used as you wish. This article was originally published in the Spring 2012 edition of Philanthropy magazine. 

Partners Against Misery
Winter 2021 - 30th Anniversary Edition

A loyal funder and a visionary took on tenement squalor, and won. This article was originally published in the Fall 2016 edition of Philanthropy magazine.