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This post aims to give blog readers and followers of the Open Philanthropy Project an opportunity to publicly raise comments or questions about the Open Philanthropy Project or related topics (in the comments section below). As always, you’re also welcome to email us at info@openphilanthropy.org if there’s feedback or questions you’d prefer to discuss privately. We’ll try to respond promptly to... Read More
There’s an adage about philanthropists: “when you become a philanthropist you never again eat a bad meal or tell a bad joke.” Being a funder comes with unusual challenges to activities as simple as gathering feedback, exchanging ideas, and expressing opinions: It can be extremely difficult to get honest, critical feedback from potential grantees (who often fear that giving critical feedback... Read More
There’s an adage about philanthropists: “when you become a philanthropist you never again eat a bad meal or tell a bad joke.” Being a funder comes with unusual challenges to activities as simple as gathering feedback, exchanging ideas, and expressing opinions: It can be extremely difficult to get honest, critical feedback from potential grantees (who often fear that giving critical feedback... Read More
There’s an adage about philanthropists: “when you become a philanthropist you never again eat a bad meal or tell a bad joke.” Being a funder comes with unusual challenges to activities as simple as gathering feedback, exchanging ideas, and expressing opinions: It can be extremely difficult to get honest, critical feedback from potential grantees (who often fear that giving critical feedback... Read More
There’s an adage about philanthropists: “when you become a philanthropist you never again eat a bad meal or tell a bad joke.” Being a funder comes with unusual challenges to activities as simple as gathering feedback, exchanging ideas, and expressing opinions: It can be extremely difficult to get honest, critical feedback from potential grantees (who often fear that giving critical feedback... Read More
There’s an adage about philanthropists: “when you become a philanthropist you never again eat a bad meal or tell a bad joke.” Being a funder comes with unusual challenges to activities as simple as gathering feedback, exchanging ideas, and expressing opinions: It can be extremely difficult to get honest, critical feedback from potential grantees (who often fear that giving critical feedback... Read More
There’s an adage about philanthropists: “when you become a philanthropist you never again eat a bad meal or tell a bad joke.” Being a funder comes with unusual challenges to activities as simple as gathering feedback, exchanging ideas, and expressing opinions: It can be extremely difficult to get honest, critical feedback from potential grantees (who often fear that giving critical feedback... Read More
There’s an adage about philanthropists: “when you become a philanthropist you never again eat a bad meal or tell a bad joke.” Being a funder comes with unusual challenges to activities as simple as gathering feedback, exchanging ideas, and expressing opinions: It can be extremely difficult to get honest, critical feedback from potential grantees (who often fear that giving critical feedback... Read More
There’s an adage about philanthropists: “when you become a philanthropist you never again eat a bad meal or tell a bad joke.” Being a funder comes with unusual challenges to activities as simple as gathering feedback, exchanging ideas, and expressing opinions: It can be extremely difficult to get honest, critical feedback from potential grantees (who often fear that giving critical feedback... Read More
There’s an adage about philanthropists: “when you become a philanthropist you never again eat a bad meal or tell a bad joke.” Being a funder comes with unusual challenges to activities as simple as gathering feedback, exchanging ideas, and expressing opinions: It can be extremely difficult to get honest, critical feedback from potential grantees (who often fear that giving critical feedback... Read More

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