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The case for equitable grantmaking

The Case for Equitable Grantmaking

At JustFund, we know philanthropy is far from perfect. But we also know it’s immense power and possibility, when deployed effectively and with an equity lens. Download out infographic learn more about the present state of philanthropy, and the opportunity we have for a reset. 

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