Money – the Broken Record of Philanthropy

By |June 27th, 2013|

Everywhere I turn within the philanthropy sector, the broken record that keeps playing is the need for more money. Either why don’t American’s give more, or some other tune on how to generate more funding, or some other tune about the need for more money continues to play over and over again. Why can’t Americans learn to do more on a smaller budget? Why can’t we learn to have a greater impact by being thinner rather than fatter with dollars? It is often as if, no one is willing to lift a finger [...]