Connected to Give: Risk and Relevance

Connected to Give: Risk and Relevance, the sixth report in the series, focuses on issues of particular concern to American religious and ethnic communities as they face increasing volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity in the philanthropic environment. It looks at how donors balance tradition and innovation, the importance of organizations’ trustworthiness relative to their track records, the role of political ideology, and how religiously affiliated donors balance in-group giving with more universal concerns; it also offers an overview of social giving (including charitable crowdfunding, giving circles, and microlending).

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