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Opinion: Philanthropy Can’t Solve the Toughest Problems Unless It Breaks Out of Silos

December 19, 2018 2:28 PM | Kurt Foreman

It’s much easier to fund projects that fit neatly into different program silos and pass on ones that don’t. But that approach misses the benefits of powerful new forces that have led to the emergence of versatile, collaborative, and multidisciplinary organizations.

Some projects defy easy categorization but can tap into diverse streams of knowledge for many purposes, packing a bigger punch and resulting in greater impact.

Read more about from this Chronicle of Philanthropy editorial, click here.

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