“Thoughtful, intentional philanthropists seek to be strategic”
In our first book, The Art of Giving: Where the Soul Meets a Business Plan, Charles Bronfman and I noted that one of the largest problems in philanthropy is the lack of intentionality of many, if not most, donors as they give money away. Here are some of the most intentional people on earth, using laser-like focus to accumulate substantial wealth, and yet when faced with philanthropy’s overwhelming conundrum: having to constantly decide between right and right, they shy away and avoid the discipline that is, in the words of Peter Drucker, not an attribute of business, but an attribute of greatness.
Thoughtful, intentional philanthropists seek to be strategic.
Jeffrey R. Solomon, “Intentional Philanthropy: Geographic Considerations“, eJewish Philanthropy (4 November 2013).