Michelle ZupanView Posts by Contributor

How young is too young to teach philanthropy?  Twenty-somethings? College? How about high school?
Ten years ago the Watson-Brown Foundation, headquartered in Thomson, Ga., thought it would be worthwhile to explore this question.  The foundation president and director of scholarships searched for a group of high school students willing to be guinea pigs. Ten years and [...]

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