"Freed Money: The History of Philanthropy in the U.S." Keynote by Professor R. Moss


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Before learning the practical skills for any endeavor, it is useful to learn the history of the craft. Join esteemed Professor Richard J. Moss for Unfunded University's inaugural keynote: "Freed Money: The History of Philanthropy in the United States." America is a philanthropic nation but how did it become so and why? And has all this philanthropy accomplished anything? From Quakers and Protestant Reformers to industrialists Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Gates to the the Foundations, 501c3s, and Donor Advised Funds of today, Professor Moss will take us on a critical and well-informed journey through the history of the American desire to share the fruits of capitalism. Earn your "degree" in non-traditional fundraising, nonprofit management, or grant writing by attending the next Unfunded University! This past April 27th 2019 on the campus of George Washington Universiity, global change-makers registered for classes and learned from and with some of the most experienced leaders in philanthropy. More info at www.unfundedlist.com