Jeffrey Solomon is the former president of the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies (ACBP). A widely recognized expert on philanthropy, he has written more than 120 articles on the subject for professional and popular audiences, and has taught it at New York University. He has served on numerous nonprofit boards, including the Council on Foundations, where he chaired the Committee on Ethics and Practice; been chief operation officer of the United Jewish Appeal Federation in New York; and he is a founding trustee of World Faiths Development Dialogue. One of ACBP’s most innovative launches was The Gift of New York, a program aimed at helping families who had lost a loved one during the tragedy of September 11, 2001, by making available to them the hundreds of arts, cultural, and sports venues as a way to begin a healing process
Adaptive Philanthropy: Flexible Giving to Maximize Results
Posted on December 12, 2013 by Jeffrey Solomon, Rachel Garbow Monroe, Susan Wolf Ditkoff
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