“Seeding by Ceding.” Unpacking MacKenzie Scott’s Latest, a $2.7 Billion Giving Spree

The pair also made strengthening and investing in the broader civic sector infrastructure a top priority. Many philanthropy-serving organizations got a grant—including Center for Effective Philanthropy, National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy, National Center for Family Philanthropy and several affinity groups. “These organizations, which are themselves historically underfunded, also promote and facilitate service, which in turn inspires more people to serve,” Scott wrote.

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