Toe to toe with Dan Pallotta

If you enjoyed my post Should NonProfit Leaders be Like Boiled Broccoli, you might be interested in the discussion on Sean Stannard-Stockton’s Tactical Philanthropy blog between Dan Pallotta (author of Uncharitable), Robert Egger (founder of DC Central Kitchen), with me chiming in from time to time.  (It’s also worth checking out Sean’s FT article, “Sacrifice Notion Sabotages Nonprofits” that appeared today.)

Lots of food for thought here, including how much is the “right” amount an organization should spend to raise money, whether raising more money quickly is always better, appropriate compensation in the nonprofit sector, and how to think about efficiency and effectiveness for nonprofits.

Congrats to Sean for writing a post that inspired this conversation.

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One Response to Toe to toe with Dan Pallotta

  1. Thanks for sharing, Sasha!

    Just chipped in on the Tactical Philanthrophy blog comments.. what an interesting conversation, btw.

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