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Talent for Giving: Building the Team to Help You Do Good

Donors cannot achieve their intended social impact goals without help. But how can you identify the right team and talent to help you realize your impact goals? After more than two years of applied research, Talent for Giving: Identifying the People to Help You Do Good, A guide for high net worth donors, has answers to finding the people, talent, and networks to help you do more good with your giving.

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Recent Guidance

Health in Mind: A Philanthropic Guide for Mental Health and Addiction

New, expanded guidance for COVID-19. Our guide helps donors answer the urgent need for mental health and addition support services with effective approaches that offer hope.

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Upcoming Guidance

Choosing Change: Assessing Potential to Address Structural Inequality

How might funders better evaluate grants for their ability to reduce structural inequality? The Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP) has been working to answer this question by creating a tool that donors and funders at all levels — from large institutional funders to individuals — can apply to their giving.

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