Field Notes in Philanthropy
By Patrick Center
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The word philanthropy is a derivative of the Greek word Philanthrōpía, meaning love for mankind. It describes the ecosystem of nonprofit workers, organizations, donors, foundations and volunteers who make up the social sector. Field Notes in Philanthropy will host conversations to explore the places where politics, current events and philanthropy intersect and their impact locally and globally. Hosted by Patrick Center, News and Public Affairs Director, WGVU Public Media, PBS & NPR Tory Martin, Director of Communications and Engagement for the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy Matthew Downey, Director of Nonprofit Services for the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy
||CleanField Notes in Philanthropy: Sittin’ Here on Capitol Hill||Episode 2: Sittin’ Here on Capitol Hill Philanthropy and policymaking came head-to-head in national conversations this winter during the tax overhaul debates. Among many others, foundation leaders and associations jumped in to advocate on behalf of th||3/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanField Notes in Philanthropy: The Evolution of Philanthropy||Episode 1: The Evolution of Philanthropy When the Greek titan Prometheus stole fire from the gods to give it to the struggling human race, Zeus accused him of being a “ philanthropos tropos ” – a being who loves humans. Since ancient times, our||3/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|