In this issue of PEAK Insight Journal, we look at the rise of intermediaries and their increasing influence in philanthropy. Intermediaries, sometimes called regranters, are not new to philanthropy, but their use and utility are a topic of much discussion these days. At their core, intermediaries connect the dots between donors and grantees, managing the grantmaking process with expertise gained from thousands of similar transactions. We highlight ways in which intermediaries afford donors the flexibility and capacity to more quickly respond to events and to use more tools to match capital to needs on the ground.
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