In 2021, big questions were asked of the people who mobilize capital for social purpose work.
Questions like: Whose money is this, really? How will you steward it responsibly? How will you move it to communities more quickly? Will you share some — or most, or all — of your power?
These questions changed the worlds of philanthropy and social finance in 2021, even if that just meant planting seeds that will produce fruit in the future. We asked nine changemakers in these sectors to reflect on one big lesson they learned this year, and how it will change the way they approach their work.
Honesty and transparency are integral
“One big learning for me this year is around being open and honest with all entities, including my team and social purpose organizations, of how we operate as a funder to yield more efficient and effective f
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