For a small investment, a funder can have a big impact on a nonprofit by providing its leader with time away to rejuvenate body, mind and spirit. Yet only a handful of foundations fund sabbaticals, in part because it’s not easy to quantify the impact. Now, thanks to a few family foundations and others who commissioned research to evaluate such programs, there is new evidence demonstrating the powerful impact sabbaticals can have on nonprofit organizations and their leaders. Learn about the many benefits to nonprofits, some of them surprising, from both a funder and a grantee.

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Carrie Avery

Carrie Avery

Carrie Avery is President of the Durfee Foundation in Los Angeles, California, which focuses on leadership by…

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