Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Pew Leader on Outsourcing in Philanthropy | PhilanthroMedia

Pew Leader on Outsourcing in Philanthropy | PhilanthroMedia: "In an interesting story in the Wall Street Journal last week, Rebecca Rimel, who serves as the head of the Pew Charitable Trusts, suggests that an outsourcing mentality is part of the reason why her institution has begun attracting significant social capital. From the WSJ:

In the past three years, a diverse group of about 90 corporations, foundations and individuals have given the Pew about $110 million for programs. Ms. Rimel thinks this 'smart outsourcing' is one way philanthropy will evolve; it saves on the creation of infrastructure and minimizes the learning curve inherent in giving away money fruitfully."

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