What Traditional Philanthropists Are Missing About Young People

Next Gen Philanthropy Calls For A New Approach

Why It Matters

There's a frustrating myth that today’s young people are apathetic and broke, so they are overlooked in many ways, but it's not true. Overlooking youth cohorts is a blind spot in the world of impact.

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