Welcome to the Nonprofit Quarterly‘s 2017 Fall digital issue, “The Changing Skyline of U.S. Giving.”
This edition explores how the patterns of giving are changing in the context of
some big societal shifts. Quite simply, the philanthropic landscape is being affected
by some of the same movements we see elsewhere in our communications, economic, and employment environments. These include trends toward: understanding our donor selves as individual sentient agents, and not simply agents of larger and “more knowledgeable” systems; cocreating, and not just joining, communal efforts; and attempts at oligarchy through the philanthropic use of the spoils of outsized wealth gaps.
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