Earlier this month, philanthropy expert Kris Putnam-Walkerly published a blog on 3 trends that she’s closely monitoring this upcoming year.
There are many things unfolding in our world that will have an impact on our work this year, this decade and beyond. I’m not big on making predictions, but I do like to keep my eyes and ears open and track new developments carefully. That’s why I’m watching three trends this year that I think are especially relevant for my work and for the field of philanthropy.
To read the full article, visit: http://putnam-consulting.com/philanthropy-411-blog/3-trends-im-watching-in-2016
Kris Putnam-Walkerly, MSW, is a philanthropy expert and author of the forthcoming book, Confident Giving. Learn more about her consulting and advising services for grantmakers, visit her website or read a case study.
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