Most families engaged in shared philanthropy aspire to change the world—that’s why you commit your time, energy, and focus to this important work. But many families don’t feel they have appropriate behaviors and tools to maximize the impact of their giving – situations change rapidly, and new challenges are always on the horizon. Adaptive philanthropy requires a wholesale shift in thinking and doing.
Adaptive philanthropists seek to stay true to a strategic direction while remaining aware of their external environments, flexibly responding to uncertain economic and political situations, measuring results, and adapting their philanthropy based on the latest available data. Join us for this exciting conversation with representatives from the Bridgespan Group based in part on their new research initiative on adaptive philanthropy with Stanford Social Innovation Review, as well as on the experiences of family foundation leaders that have embraced the adaptive philanthropy approach.
Jeffrey Solomon is the former president of the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies (ACBP). A widely…View Profile
Rachel Garbow Monroe
Rachel Garbow Monroe began her term as President of the Weinberg Foundation in February of 2010.…View Profile