Philanthropy is inherently cooperative: you don’t solve big problems without attacking them from all angles. This month’s stories are about how drawing on different approaches can help us address major challenges—and how tunnel vision can get us in trouble.
Devastated by a fatal diagnosis, a high-powered attorney draws on a lifetime of contacts to create a meaningful response. Plus, how one doctor’s radio show is fighting the coronavirus in Burkina Faso with a powerful weapon: facts.
Learn how the Ford Foundation and Jack Dorsey are turning the philanthropy world upside-down, plus how one university is helping refugees tackle college on their terms.
Did you catch all the ways the CARES Act is encouraging giving? Don’t miss out on new deductions! Plus: refugees with medical training are itching to fight the coronavirus.