Foundations are more likely to satisfy grantees by being responsive, approachable, and fair, rather than by giving more money, according to a new study by the Center for Effective Philanthropy.
The Boston-based center, a nonprofit organization that researches foundation performance, surveyed nearly 1,000 foundation grantees from among the largest private foundations in the nation. The survey, conducted between January and April of 2002, asked grantees a variety of questions, including how...
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