Opinion
September 21, 2014
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7 Myths About Social-Impact Investing Keep Grant Makers From a Good Thing


The Mott Foundation poured $9.7-million into revitalizing Flint, but it was the grant maker's doggedness and vision that made it work.

A program officer hesitates before approving an emergency grant to a local health clinic, thinking a loan might be a better way to cover delayed government payments.

A foundation board meeting is derailed when a board member wonders why the president...

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