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The Holstee Manifesto

July 18, 2011

Via Maria Popova (aka @brainpicker) and @acumenfund:

The-Holstee-Manifesto 

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Thanks so much for posting this manifesto. It is a breath of fresh air in climate of personal reflection and philanthopic re-evaluation. A lot of times we get bogged down in the politics of philanthropy, i.e. the give in take, fundraising, and board direction. However, I feel most philanthropy begins with passion. The passion for change and to make positive things happen for the communities with which we live. This manifesto is a great reminder.

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