How Trust-Based Values Can Transform Philanthropy
AJ Dahiya
PND by Candid

A former monk who is now a writer, speaker, and chief vision officer at The Pollination Project, explains why trust-based philanthropy is not just more equitable but more effective and describes how the four values central to his work as a monk — faith, humility, relationship, service — are also key for philanthropists.

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