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Giving With Impact
Generosity and innovation are fueling exponential progress in addressing the most complex and intractable problems we face today. Growing at a commensurate pace is the drive to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of donors, the advisors who support them and nonprofits in creating the impact they envision. Giving with Impact is a podcast created by Schwab Charitable and Stanford Social Innovation Review to engage the philanthropic sector in an ongoing discussion around maximizing charitable impact. The series creates a collaborative space for leading voices from across the...
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4.3 stars from 10 ratings
Excellent, Relevant
I think these podcasts and lessons are so relevant now more than ever. It is wonderful to see the world waking up from its lull and Giving Impact provides such knowledge and expertise on how we all can impact the world sustainability. Excellent speakers and excellent format.
ItuMokhele via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 08/14/20
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This podcast could have been so much more with the candlepower the producer and institution bring to it. If you want to hear some pretty banal observations into charity—wouldn’t go as far as calling them innovations or insights—punctuated by marketing from the sponsor (Schwab!) then this is the...Read full review »
Adam Creighton via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/28/20
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