The research and study required to make good philanthropic decisions should be focused on finding the most efficient and effective way for you and your client to accomplish identified goals and reach the intended destination.
Plowing is knowing when, where, how, and what to plant. It used to be back-breaking work for a farmer and horse. Now that we have tractors, the process is quicker but the four questions are the same, equally critical, and unless you get them right, you won’t achieve the highest yield from a harvest.
Kesselman Consulting has been studying social challenges and opportunities, both as a grantmaker and a grant seeker, for decades. Let us help you increase the value of your grants.