Do You Practice Asymmetrical Philanthropy?

By |July 5th, 2017|

Do you practice asymmetrical philanthropy? Asymmetrical philanthropy entails low risk investments with a pretty plausible rate of high returns or major positive impact. In other words, you are not giving millions of dollars of investment to hope you make a difference, but rather, you may give someone $500 and then turn it into a return of $35,000 worth of value and social impact. This would be asymmetrical philanthropy in action. But how do you measure such results and how do you invest such returns? What is your asymmetrical strategy with donor dollars? How are you extending their money to [...]