Posts tagged to 'Place-based grantmaking'

Place-based philanthropy

Posted by National Center for Family Philanthropy on June 15, 2008

Q: What is place-based philanthropy? A: Also called “embedded philanthropy,” this increasingly popular approach to giving emphasizes intimate, active engagement in community change specific to a local community. Embedded philanthropists make a long-term commitment to living and working in a community...

The Efroymson family fund: Commitment to community

Posted by Kevin Laskowski on December 18, 2007

Jacob and Minnie Efroymson moved from Evansville, Indiana to the relatively young state capital of Indianapolis in 1872. The couple opened a small dry goods store on South Meridian Street, unaware they were beginning a family commitment to the city that would last for generations.

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