Knowledge Letter - August 2019 - How to Position Your Nonprofit for a Big Bet

08/26/2019 |
Identify key questions you need to answer to become big bettable.
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Knowledge Letter
Strategies for Social Impact
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How to Position Your Nonprofit for a Big Bet

 
 
Many organizations would love a philanthropic "big bet." Our tool and examples can help you think through whether your organization might become “big bettable,” and what key questions you need to answer in order to do so.
 
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