26 per cent of MacKenzie Scott's grantees are creating new endowments with the billionaire's funds, and 6 other findings from new evaluation report

About 40 per cent of MacKenzie Scott’s grantees are using a portion of their gifts to re-grant to other organizations, according to a new report

Why It Matters

A growing cohort of Canadian funders are offering unrestricted gifts to boost impact and restore a more equal power dynamic between grantor and grantee. But does the practice work? Are there unintended consequences? A new report offers insights.

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