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SPP Hosts "Philanthropy: Can Private Givers End Our Political Frustration?"


The School of Public Policy will host a luncheon discussion exploring the relationship between philanthropy and constructive culture change, even in an environment of political gridlock. Karl Zinsmeister, vice president at the Philanthropy Roundtable, will present "Philanthropy: Can Private Givers End Our Political Frustration?" on Friday, March 10, 2017, at noon at the California Club. Zinsmeister will highlight survey data from his latest book, What Comes Next? How Private Givers Can Rescue America in an Era of Political Frustration.

Zinsmeister is a former White House domestic policy advisor (G. W. Bush) and now serves at the Philanthropy Roundtable -- America's leading resource for research and support of private giving. He is also the author of the recent landmark study,The Almanac of American Philanthropy, which is a 1,342-page culmination of a multiyear effort to create the authoritative reference on America's fascinating and culturally seminal tradition of solving public problems with private resources.

Registration is required, as seating is limited. For more information and to register, click here.