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March 3, 2016
The good that charities do often goes unnoticed by the general public, and there are not many places for nonprofits to broadcast a summary of their efforts, hence the rise of "Successes of Philanthropy".
"A foundation-sponsored project launched this week by The Washington Monthly magazine aims to plant philanthropies’ good works directly under the noses of influential policy makers.
"Successes of Philanthropy will serve as an online catalog of philanthropic wins — something its creators believe Washington power brokers need to hear more about."--Eden Stiffman, The Chronicle of Philanthropy