Peer Networking and Community Change: Improving Foundation Practice

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This article synthesizes two studies of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s peer-networking efforts. The research indicates that peer networking can have significant impact for communities and in meeting philanthropic goals, but it is costly and must be carefully structured if it is to be successful. The authors identify “time, trust and truth” as the bedrock of successful peer networking.


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2010


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