A guest post on Tactical Philanthropy this week elaborates on the rise in women’s philanthropy that we discussed in our May 18th post. Sarah Hall of New Philanthropy Advisors outlines “six principles of high-engagement womens philanthropy”. We particularly like #3:
“Women are willing to start at the beginning, allowing their energy for the mission to propel them through the earliest learning stages. They become deeply engaged in the process of learning, are willing to be perceived as novices, and tend to be open not only to ideas, but to getting things done in unconventional ways.”
We recommend reading the full post at Tactical Philanthropy, and be sure to check back soon for more posts on this theme.