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An interview with Phillip Henderson about the challenges he faces as the president of the Surdna Foundation.
Insight into the process of forming productive relationships with social investors, and whether receiving an investment is the right growth approach for each social enterprise.
The effective philanthropy movement operates on an evidence-based understanding of how the world works.
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