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Center for High Impact Philanthropy
Attends University of Pennsylvania, School of Social Policy & Practice
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The other side of the social-impact coin is charitable giving. Penn supports an informed approach to that as well, through The Center for High Impact Philanthropy. 
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Caroline Fiennes discusses issues in philanthropy such as why giving based on overhead/admin costs is “bollocks”, the value of systemic impact, and selection bias in evaluation—while also covering things such as her passion for medieval choral music, thoughts on gender imbalance at the World Economic Forum, and what economists can learn from high impact philanthropy.
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Can community volunteers bring about sustainable behavior change? Tom Davis, Chief Program Officer of Food for the Hungry, says yes, and shares why he thinks Care Groups are the answer.
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"I wrote the book because I am disturbed by the dysfunctional nature of the nonprofit sector..."
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Who do you think should make our next Social Impact Oscars list?
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Millennials: How different are they?
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Welcome to our Google+ group staff page. Visit our business page at http://gplus.to/impactsp2.
Introduction

We envision a world in which philanthropic funds flow to where they can make the greatest difference in improving the lives of others. We are best-known for our independent analysis, decision-making tools, and education that enable individual donors and their advisors to optimize the social impact of their philanthropic activities.

Learn more at www.impact.upenn.edu. Visit our Google+ business page at gplus.to/impactsp2.

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  • University of Pennsylvania, School of Social Policy & Practice
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