How Strong Grantee Relationships Lead to Unexpected Opportunities
Peter Ellsworth and Emily Young
Center for Effective Philanthropy

Two foundation leaders reflect on perhaps the most significant benefit of having trusting grantee relationships: Working closely with grantees and learning from them led to a number of unique funding opportunities that their grantees themselves initiated, and which the foundation otherwise would not have been able to pursue.

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