LAFF Society


Meeting New Challenges


Change is constant, and Foundations are just as constant in finding ways to meet evolving challenges and remain relevant.
Three articles in this issue explore disparate ways in which the demands of a changing time can be, and are being, met.
Mary McClymont describes how one Foundation is advancing a social justice agenda by pursuing racial and ethnic diversity among asset managers.
Rusty Stahl urges a greater investment in the training and treatment of nonprofit workers, the “first responders and last bulwark of our democracy”.
And Michael Seltzer explores how foundations can work with government, corporations and the public to use their resources to the greatest effect in dealing with the devastation of natural disasters. 



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