A Year of Crisis Forced Foundations to Change Bad Practices. They Should Never Revert to the Old Ways.
Kris Putnam-Walkerly
Chronicle of Philanthropy

Arguing that foundations are stuck in a mindset of “delusional altruism” —an almost-always unconscious state of being that leads them to hold on to deceptive and illogical behavior that undermines progress — the author, a philanthropy adviser, offers a roadmap for how to confront and overcome philanthropic delusions and permanently embrace the important changes made since the Covid pandemic began.

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