Revenue sources for the sector are shifting, as are organizational strategies for securing capital. The implications of this changing resource landscape are many – from business models to policy responses.
This focus area considers new sources of private capital for the charitable community, and the opportunities and risks inherent in new structures and models for both funders and nonprofits.
We explore innovative philanthropic and capital strategies for funding social good and the innovative organizational structures that enable nonprofits to better access new forms of capital. We also examine federal-level policy ramifications to these new structures as they might arise.
For more information on our perspective and framing on this topic, please read our introductory blog post, The New Philanthropy Movement Raises New Questions.
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