Report: Peer To Peer: At The Heart of Influencing More Effective Philanthropy
From where do you get the information you need as a funder to improve or change your practices? An interesting new study commissioned by the Hewlett Foundation reports on the ways in which funders seek out information and the sources and formats that are most helpful to them. Not surprisingly, most often it is a peer or colleague who provides the most useful tip or tool for a change in philanthropic practice. For this reason, Hewlett`s study is called Peer-to Peer: At the heart of influencing more effective philanthropy. And for this reason, PFC is planning to do more peer convening in future for Canadian philanthropy.