What Does Community Philanthropy Look Like? Case Studies on Community Philanthropy — Volume 1

What makes the global spread of community philanthropy organizations so exciting is the variety of forms they take and how they adapt to different local contexts, challenges, resources and leaders. This diversity is one sign of community philanthropy’s flexibility, potential and rising popularity. Because it is a movement relatively young and quickly evolving, with a limited body of applied research, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation commissioned Barry Knight of CENTRIS to develop these case studies featuring profiles of eight community philanthropy initiatives from around the world.


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