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PNH 666 - Foundations and Strategic Grantmaking

This course explores the implementation of strategic grantmaking and the application of theories of change by charitable foundations, nonprofit organizations, and governments as they aim to achieve measurable community impacts. Through field journal readings, case studies, and visiting practitioner presentations, students will gain practical knowledge in the evaluation of grant applications, the role of foundation program officers, and the effective execution of grantmaking strategies. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: PNH 660 and PNH 667.

Credits: 3

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