January 20, 2017
Effective Philanthropy in India Series
In this Effective Philanthropy series published on Livemint, Bridgespan Partners Rohit Menezes and Soumitra Pandey examine philanthropy in India and the “give smart” approach.
The complex nature of philanthropy and the ambitions of philanthropists require anchoring on an end-goal and being agile in attaining it. Read more >>
For effective philanthropy, knowing what one is trying to achieve is essential to getting results; one must also realise that getting there is a deceptively difficult process. Read more >>
The reality is that all philanthropy is personal. If you are committed to making a real change in the world, you will want to start by clarifying your aspirations. Read more >>
The new type of philanthropist is not only interested in giving money, but has a plan for making social impact and is willing to invest time and expertise toward achieving it. Read more >>
Rohit Menezes is a partner in Bridgespan's San Francisco office. Rohit has co-authored several Bridgespan publications including, “Next Generation Community Revitalization: A Work in Progress,” “Why Indian Nonprofits Are Experts at Scaling Up,” and “Giving Back to India.”
Soumitra Pandey is a senior advisor in The Bridgespan Group's Mumbai office.
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