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Center for High Impact Philanthropy
Attends University of Pennsylvania, School of Social Policy & Practice
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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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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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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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