Giving Compass' Take:
- Barbara Ibrahim discusses the merits of a looking beyond the traditional foundation-based model of grantmaking to include broader definitions and practices.
- How can donors expand their giving to include social enterprises, Indigenous forms of giving and other ways of giving beyond traditional models?
- Read more about philanthropy evolving.
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After an extended period without face-to-face gatherings, the 15th research conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) had a celebratory air, as over 225 attendees and over 100 remote participants engaged over plenaries, paper sessions, roundtables and networking breaks. We toasted the 30th anniversary of ISTR and welcomed a robust cohort of new PhD recipients into our ranks.
While the number of papers presented was smaller than usual, the quality was high. I was particularly struck with the apparent embrace of broader definitions of philanthropy to include social enterprises, venture philanthropy and indigenous forms of giving well beyond the foundation grant-making model.
Read the full article about going beyond foundation grantmaking by Barbara Ibrahim at Alliance Magazine.