The Principles that Make Women’s Philanthropy Work.
Six principles have emerged to describe successful women’s philanthropy.
Organizations who strategically employ these six principles when working with those that identify as women are achieving their goals faster, and are realizing increased and multi-pronged philanthropic investment from this critical constituent group.
These principles work, and are fundamental tenets that serve as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior. Together they invigorate philanthropy programs and solidify a program’s ability to thrive.
The 6 key principles to successful
The 6 key principles to successful women’s philanthropy
Organizations that have integrated and fully embraced the power of these principles into their fundraising ethos have seen vastly increased philanthropic investment and constituent engagement.
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