The Open Philanthropy Project, whose primary funders are Dustin Moskovitz and Cari Tuna, “is guided by the principles of effective altruism, a philosophy and a movement that seeks to use reason and evidence to determine the best ways to do good.” Read about the philanthropic organization’s philosophy and practices in Stanford Social Innovation Review here.
The Blavatnik Family Foundation has pledged $10 million to Stanford Medicine. The Blavatnik Family Fellowship Fund at the Stanford University […]
Bradford Smith, president of the Foundation Center, blogs about philanthropy in today’s balkanized environment. He cites the Science Philanthropy Alliance […]