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Today Jeremy speaks with historian and journalist Ben Soskis about the untold story of philanthropy, and Laura Pallares shares ways to ensure your nonprofit lands on its feet after 2020.

This week is the tenth and final episode of Philanthropy Daily's first season of Givers, Doers, & Thinkers. But don't fret, we'll be back with season two in February 2021! 

Today Jeremy speaks with historian and journalist Ben Soskis. He's been featured in the Washington Post, the Atlantic, the GuardianNew Yorker online, and is the co-editor of HistPhil, an online publication on the history of the philanthropic and nonprofit sector. Additionally, Ben is a research associate for the Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the Urban Institute. Jeremy and Ben discuss the history of philanthropy, its critiques, and how it differs from charity. 

You'll also hear from American Philanthropic managing consultant Laura Pallares. Laura shares how to prepare and plan for the future when crisis hits and ways to ensure your organization comes out on top once the dust settles. 

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