You're invited to a special Tactical Philanthropy Forum with the Hudson Institute’s Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal.
In this session of the Tactical Philanthropy Forum we will introduce the concept of Unconstrained Philanthropy. Should donors and funders see their role as one of correcting and optimizing existing social systems or do they have an opportunity to remake the social fabric?
This Tactical Philanthropy Forum event brings together William Schambra of the Hudson Institute’s Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal, Bill Somerville of the Philanthropic Ventures Foundation and Paul Shoemaker of Social Venture Partners. The panel will engage in a robust debate of the appropriate role of donors and foundations in the complex systems of the social sector.
Sean Stannard-Stockton, CEO of Tactical Philanthropy Advisors, author of the Tactical Philanthropy blog and columnist for the Chronicle of Philanthropy will moderate. The conversation will examine the practicality of funders striving to fix the root cause of social problems and the tradeoffs between focusing on tangible community issues versus tackling systematic interventions.
Like all Tactical Philanthropy Forum events, the conversation will center on real world applications and is designed for a cross-disciplinary audience. Anyone and everyone interested in a new and better social sector are encouraged to participate. Both social sector professionals and individual donors will enjoy the evening's event. All attendees are asked to follow a strict policy of non-solicitation.
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Tactical Philanthropy Advisors
Tactical Philanthropy Advisors is a full-service advisory firm serving high net worth donors with between $1 million and $50 million or more in philanthropic assets. Services include setup, administration, and ongoing advice for private foundations and donor advised funds.
Tactical Philanthropy Advisors is led by Sean Stannard-Stockton, author of the Tactical Philanthropy blog and a columnist for the Chronicle of Philanthropy.