The Generosity Crisis The Case for Radical Connection to Solve Humanity's Greatest Challenges


The Generosity Crisis The Case for Radical Connection to Solve Humanity's Greatest Challenges

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 11/15/2022
  • Publisher: Wiley

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Rekindle America's faith in charitable and nonprofit organizations

In Generosity Crisis: The Case for Radical Connection to Solve Humanity's Greatest Challenges, accomplished philanthropy experts Nathan Chappell, Brian Crimmins, and Michael Ashley deliver a startlingly insightful exploration of the decline of American generosity. The authors offer inspirational solutions to the dramatic downturn in giving in the US, showing us how to re-establish the interconnection that drives reciprocity, love, and generosity.

You'll discover how to help reignite the radical connection between us and value-driven organizations that strive to improve life on Earth. You'll also become part of the conversation about generosity as an antidote to isolation and learn to take personal responsibility for the world's most seemingly intractable problems. The book also includes:

  • Actionable insights from a variety of vantage points informed by the authors' decades of experience in nonprofit and social benefit organizations
  • A broad and deep analysis of how to revitalize the spark of generosity that once made the American nonprofit sector such a powerful force for good
  • Strategies for looking beyond technology as the only scalable solution to the charitable deficit

An engrossing and essential treatment of practical charity and real-world nonprofit work, Generosity Crisis will earn a place in the libraries of nonprofit leaders, directors, managers, and other professionals with a personal stake in ensuring the continued survival of the American charitable sector.

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