Cricket Island Foundation’s Executive Director co-authors Op-Ed in the Chronicle of Philanthropy

Liz Sak, Executive Director of Cricket Island Foundation, together with  Allison Brown, Executive Director of Communities for Just Schools Fund, recently published an Op-Ed in the Chronicle of Philanthropy “As the White House Changes Leadership, Philanthropy Must Change too.” Among other recommendations, the Op-Ed encourages funders to ease reporting burdens and make multi-year, general operating support grants. The Op-Ed also highlights the work of two of the Foundation’s grantee partners, Communities United in Chicago and Grow Dat Youth Farm in New Orleans.

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As the White House Changes Leadership, Philanthropy Must Change Too – The Chronicle of Philanthropy

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