In her first book, Forces for Good, Leslie Crutchfield and her co-author pushed nonprofits into working more effectively. Now she has set her sights on the other side of the equation — philanthropists. In the latest installment of their monthly podcast series, hosts Larry Blumenthal and Bill Silberg talk to Crutchfield about her recent book Do More than Give: The Six Practices of Donors Who Change the World. In the book, Crutchfield and her co-authors advocate for "catalytic philanthropy" — a somewhat radical approach that pushes foundations out of the comfortable world of making grants into the dynamic world of being agents of social change. Crutchfield, a leading authority on high-impact philanthropy, is a senior advisor at FSG, a nonprofit consulting firm specializing in social sector strategy, evaluation, and research.
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