Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-242).
|Statement||by Pablo Eisenberg ; edited by Stacy Palmer.|
|LC Classifications||HV91 .E383 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 242 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||2004016156|
If Pablo Eisenberg plays poker I would bet his favourite game is five-card stud played straight. In his relentless and consistent criticism of 30 years of philanthropy, there’s no room for wild cards, there is only perfectly obvious wrong-headedness and failures of will and character along with an occasional and somewhat reluctant accolade. Nonprofits & NGOs Today’s Charitable Sector and Its Roots and Challenges. Like all of civil society, the American nonprofit sector is a living thing. Its recent evolution has created a large and diverse force for good, but faces distinct challenges ranging from . For nearly three decades, Pablo Eisenberg's speeches and articles have provoked thoughtful, and at times contentious, debate in the nonprofit world. Intellectually vigorous, rigorously honest, and unstintingly courageous, he has addressed the questions and . Challenges for Nonprofits and Philanthropy: The Courage to Change is a collection of columns, speeches and other writings spanning Pablo Eisenberg's year career. Many of the essays originally appeared in the Chronicle of Philanthropy. The book speaks to those who are familiar with his works as well as those who have never heard his name before.
Foundations and nonprofits may step up the fight against cuts With no end in sight to budget woes in Washington and all but a handful of state capitals, philanthropy will face new demands to fill the gaps created by dwindling government aid—to give more to protect the safety net, keep museums and theaters open, and ensure kids go to decent. The Foundation Center's Antoinette Marrero reviews a collection of columns, speeches and other writings spanning Eisenberg's thirty-year career, many of which originally appeared in the Chronicle of Philanthropy — and a repeating theme of which is a lack of leadership and accountability among philanthropic and nonprofit leaders. Get this from a library! Challenges for nonprofits and philanthropy: the courage to change: three decades of reflections. [Pablo Eisenberg; Stacy Palmer] -- The works collected in this text include the best of Pablo Eisenberg's published and unpublished pieces on American and global philanthropy and on his views of what lies ahead as the greatest. This page book is a collection of writings by one of contemporary philanthropy?s most influential voices. The subject is Pablo Eisenberg, currently a senior fellow at the Georgetown University Public Policy Institute. He has been leader of the Center for Community Change, one of the nation?s most highly regarded poverty-fighting organizations, and founded the National .
The Philanthropy Roundtable “This book has value as a collection of the writings of a major figure in the philanthropic world.”—Eleanor L. Brilliant, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly " Dozens of essays included in Challenges for Nonprofits and Philanthropy provoke a passionate reaction Part observer, part interlocutor, he. Challenges climbing the ladder. In a lot of rooms, I was the only one who was representative of the communities that were being targeted or supported. I was the only male in a lot of those rooms. As I became more knowledgeable of the nonprofit sector as well as philanthropy, I understood that I had a steeper hill to climb than my white. Challenges for Nonprofits and Philanthropy: The Courage to Change: Pablo Eisenberg, Stacy Palmer: Books - or: Pablo Eisenberg. Corporate Philanthropy: The Challenges and Opportunities. Friday, J By Chris Park Chair of the Board of Directors, Philanthropy New York President, New York Life Foundation. I need to open with a disclaimer: the thoughts I am sharing below are my own and are not connected in any way to my employer, New York Life.