Inspired Philanthropy: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Giving Plan

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Wiley, Feb 19, 2004 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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If you want to change the world, you'll want to read Inspired Philanthropy. Tracy Gary and Melissa Kohner show you how social change happens. No matter how much or little you have to give, you'll learn how to create a giving plan that will make your charitable giving catalytic. Then, through clear text and substantive exercises, you'll learn how to align your giving with your deepest values-- to help bring about the very changes you want.

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More of a textbook and resource. Well worth the time as a guidebook on the journey to become a benevolent person. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Tracy Gary is a philanthropic adviser and nonprofit entrepreneur. She is a founder of more than seventeen nonprofits, including Resourceful Women, The Women Donors Network, Grantmakers Without Borders, and Changemakers. Her current passion is to strengthen community-based philanthropy. She has spoken in forty-eight states and eight countries, promoting social-change giving and strategic generosity.

Melissa Kohner is a leader in today's national young donor movement. She organizes young donors and activists to transform philanthropy by using their resources and action to further social and economic justice. She has engaged with the political and financial concerns of donors of all ages through individual and group consultation and workshops. She is both a fundraiser and a donor, and has served on numerous grantmaking committees.

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