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Four Traditions of Philanthropy

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Alison DeVries

on 22 September 2015

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Transcript of Four Traditions of Philanthropy

Philanthropy as Improvement
Maximizing human potential
Where does your service fit in?
Philanthropy as Civic Engagement
Focused on participation and building community
Philanthropy as Relief
Focused on alleviating human suffering
Philanthropy as Social Reform
Solves social problems
Four Traditions of Philanthropy
Give someone
a fish
Teach someone to fish
Structural inequities keep people from the pond
Have you asked if they eat fish?
Valparaiso University
Institute for Leadership and Service
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