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Here’s a great interview Kate did for the Foundation Center last November about why she felt moved to make Saving Philanthropy.  Thanks to Mitch Nauffts and the Philanthropy News Digest.

 

8 Responses to Kate Speaks…

  1. Ann Dolce says:

    Congratulations, Robbie and Katie. I can’t wait to see the final production. You both should be very proud of your work.

    Ann

  2. Robby says:

    Thanks so much Ann- we really appreciate the positive feedback.

  3. Kristin says:

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