Study Urges Philanthropy to Stop Playing It Safe in the South

If nothing changes—that is, if “business as usual” persists and philanthropy continues to underinvest in the South and, even when it does provide grants, does so in a way that often undermines local capacity—we would be foolish to expect better results.

This is the wake-up call that Schlegel and Peng have issued. Philanthropy would be wise to heed it.

Read the entire article in Nonprofit Quarterly.