How Transparent Philanthropy Can Liberate Billions of Dollars — and Do More Good

Increased transparency in philanthropy can help build trust with donors, encourage collaboration among organizations, and facilitate better decision-making.

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In collaboration with Kevin McPherson of the Innovation Information Initiative, Pooja Wagh of MIT Solve, and Peter B. Kaufman of MIT Open Learning, Lever for Change’s Vice President of Knowledge, Jeff Ubois, explores innovative ways to leverage technology in grantmaking.

By sharing information about successes, failures, and impact, philanthropic organizations can learn from each other and improve their effectiveness. A culture of transparency can ultimately lead to greater impact and unlock billions of dollars for good causes.

Read the full article on the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s website to see the key insights:

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