I hope you’re reading and paying attention to the thoughts of Lucy Bernholz, a fine scholar and thinker about philanthropy in the modern age.
Her blog post from February is something I’ve been meaning to write about for a while, and the Jewish holiday of Passover seemed like a great time to do it. Her post title (and thesis) is this: Disruptive wealth hasn’t yet disrupted philanthropic forms.
She’s right. But what does that mean for the practitioner? Read more