How to Bring Fresh Voices to the Table in Philanthropy

Four leaders discuss the future of philanthropy.

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To reach new generations of donors, volunteers, and employees, organizations update their tactics and learn to reflect the changing communities around them, say four young leaders in a digital roundtable with Future of Good.

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