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Charles Bronfman, Jeffrey Solomon Discuss 'The Art of Giving'

March 17, 2010

Last month, Charles Bronfman and Jeffrey Solomon, chair and president, respectively, of the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies, sat down with the Foundation Center's Jimmy Tom to talk about their new book The Art of Giving: Where the Soul Meets a Business Plan. (You can read a PND interview with Solomon here.)

(Total running time: 25 minutes, 23 seconds)

In their chat, Bronfman and Solomon discuss donors' motivational values, donor-grantee relationships, common donor mistakes, and the decision to spend down the foundation's assets. 

To download an mp3 version (17.4MB) of the podcast, click here.

And be sure to check out the audio events archive for more Philanthropy Chat podcasts.

-- Regina Mahone

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