Philanthropic Advisors List Five Biggest Issues in America Today

The problem is vast, but if you want to address health-care inequities in your community, says Aaron Dorfman, president of the National Committee for Responsible Philanthropy, start with your local health foundation. Formed when nonprofit hospitals are sold to for-profit companies—the tax advantages and money accrued in their former, 501(c)(3) state are required to be legally fenced from the sale—these organizations act as independent grantmakers, offering financial support to grassroots health-care initiatives.


Read more in Bloomberg.