September 19, 2010
Small, Focused New York Foundation Should Serve as Grant-Making Model
A century after its creation, the New York Foundation remains one of the brightest stars in philanthropy’s constellation.
Small, focused, and led by superb executive directors, its antennae are well attuned to community needs and its unwavering mission of social change. The foundation is the Sugar Ray Robinson (the great boxer) of philanthropy, pound for pound the best in the grant-making business. Few foundations can match its vision, integrity, and risk-taking
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