In Transparency Talk
New from the Glasspockets blog
Transparency and Philanthropy - An Oxymoron in India? Not Anymore.
Although the general public in India has remained skeptical about NGOs and activism in a country with complex social problems, and giving for social change has been marginal, a new report points to new trends in increased openness and greater public engagement.
Glasspockets Find: How Will Millennial Philanthropists Impact Openness and Innovation in Giving?
Giving is a family legacy for some philanthropists. How will Millennial philanthropists – who tend to favor openness and innovation in everyday life and philanthropy – approach their roles in family foundations and influence the next generation’s giving mindset?
No Moat Philanthropy
Opening up and stepping away from a fortress mentality
We invited the Bush Foundation's Jen Ford Reedy to
reflect on her efforts to make the foundation more open.
Eye on the Trump Administration
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