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Money Well Spent: A Strategic Plan for Smart Philanthropy
Discussion with co-author, Paul Brest
Co-author Paul Brest sits down with Ann Limberg to discuss the second edition of Money Well Spent: A Strategic Plan for Smart Philanthropy.
Philanthropy is a booming business, with hundreds of billions of dollars committed to the social sector each year. Money Well Spent, an award-winning guide on how to structure philanthropy so that it really makes a difference, offers a comprehensive and crucial resource for individual donors, foundations, non-profits, and scholars who focus on and teach others about this realm.
The second edition accounts for a decade of progress: a rise in impact investing, the advent of pay-for-success programs, the maturation of impact evaluation, and the emergence of a new generation of mega-donors. Today, the notion of results-driven philanthropy is more important than ever. With this book, the social sector has the techniques it needs to deliver on that idea with impact.
Paul Brest and Hal Harvey draw on the experiences of hundreds of foundations and non-profits to explain how to deliver on every dollar. They present the essential tools to help readers create and test effective plans for achieving demonstrable results.
Paul Brest is Former Dean and Professor Emeritus (active), at Stanford Law School, a lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, a Marc and Laura Andreessen Faculty Codirector of the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, and co-director of the Stanford Law and Policy Lab. He was president of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation from 2000-2012.
Moderated by: Ann Limberg, Managing Director and Head of Philanthropic and Family Office Solutions at U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management.
This event is co-sponsored by Stanford New York Alumni and Stanford Law School.
Stanford PACS is grateful to Carter McClelland and Sam Selig for their generous support for this event.